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GYRUS 8. OBERLY, Editor.
NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TICKET
SAMUEL J. TILriEV,
of NW York .
r ot Vice-PrtliJcnt,
THOMAS A. HENDRICKS,
AT LA HOC
3. ALLEN, of JacKaoii county.
F. COOLBUAOH, ff Cuokcumir
Dlst -Thomas Hoyne.
S. S. Heyea.
' Aruo Voea,
" -Tuoa. B Coulter,
" -James B Eckels.
-Oeo B. Martin,
" -C. W. Bullock,
" L. W. Jtmri,
-J. W. Davidson.
W. E. Bwinr.
" - Char' A Xeyea.
' O. A. Roberts,
- O. B. Fioklin,
R. M. Bishop,
-J. J. Phillips.
-C. A. Walker.
" J. P. Johnson
" -J.M. Grebe.
of KtnJall county.
ARCHIBALD A. GLENN,
of Brown county.
for ternary of State,
S. T. THORNTON,
of Cook county.
For State Treasurer,
of Clinton county.
For Attorney (ienrr.il,
of l.oa county.
Congressional District Ticket-
of KanJulifh county.
Fur Mcoilnrr State lizard of Kqualtutl.tn,
OLIVER P. HILL,
of 1'n ion county
So atorial District Ticket.
For State Senator Fiftieth Ii4rict,
of Union county.
Foi tUprestnutivcs in the I.tgis'.atur Fiftieth
1 hit net,
FRANK M. AQNEW,
of Jackwn county.
JOHN H. OBERLT
of Alexander csusty.
While tiiucu uisy w ae-coiuplii-Utd l.y
tiiiK uieUiod, llu-iui tucuurtkge delusive
tapee-Utions If I withhold tiere tbe exr-le-aion
of my conviction that no reform of the
civil ceri: In thucjootry win ta com-
. . .it fc I . . !
jdete and peraianeui uiim in emu magis
trate Is oonelirutlc nally die 'Ualilied lor re
election; experience having reptaliJly
expoi-ed the futility of wlf-impoxeil restric
tion ly candidate r-r illc-lillihf litis
Through this soh'iuuily only can lie be ef
fectually delivered Iroui bi -"rcatint leiupta
tion to iii;-ii-e the poer huJ patronage
with whir a the Executie i nece'arily
charged. Lr'roin Samuel .1. TiUleii's letter
The nobler motives of bnmaiiity com-ur
with tbe material iuterei-ta of all in reqtiir
iatjf that every obstacle be removed to a
complete and durable reconciliation be
tween kindred no'iulatlon once unnatur
ally eHranged, on tbe basis recognized by
the t. Louis platform, of the "constitution
of tbe United States, with Ma amendments
universally accepted as a final scttlrnjent
of the controversies which engendered civil
war." Hut, in aid of a rexult no bc-ne-ticii'nt,
tbe moral Influence of every good citizen, as
well ai every iroyernmentiil authority,
ouxbt to be exerted, not alone to maintain
their Just equality before 1be law, '-lit like
vviM! to establUh a cordial fraternity and
food wi'.l among eit'sens whatever there
race or color, who are sow united in the
one dektiny of a common Keif-government.
If the duty shall be aligned to me, I ahoul J
not fail to exerciae the power with which
the law and toe coobtittillon of our coun
try r-lotbo its chief niajfisjrate, to protect all
its citizens, whatever their former condi
tion, in every political and personal right.
From Samuel J. Tilden's letter of accep
We d nijunce the Rtumj)tiju clause
the act of 1875, and toe here de
mand it repeat. National JM-mora tic
ve ufen tin fruitt of induttry are
gathered for tlie e of the toilert, tltat
tiny mre not watted Ly the profligacy
fraud or peculation of your public
agrnt$. Gov. Tildcu.
Ex-Uuv. Allen could not be present
at a meeting of Ohio Ik-uiocrats al
Columbus, to talk ou tbe situation, but
lie U-le-gruphet to Chairman Thompson :
I earnestly advise every Ix-uiocrat iu
the state to vote for Tildcu and to work
Mor blta up to the last moment of the
contest. In the existing state of things,
tne triumph ol the ltepubl'u.aii party
'would turn over thin great country to
bankruptcy and anarchy, to the rule
of the award, wielded by tool for the
U-uitlt of knave."
"1 r 1 the fixed purpose of the govern
incut to carry out the spirit of the proc
'Uunation and te sustain it by the ir.lliury
'foriM of th general govermiKiit, tupple-
'uientexl if neewary by the militia of the
'acveral atutfs,M uya hecrctury t'auieron
In hit order of the 17th lut. 'i'he spirit
of tb proelauuttioir' u tbo intention of
tli Republican aduilnUU-allon to carry
South Carolina tor tbe lUdieul ticket;
there can be no question that it it the
'fixed purpose" of the governincnt" at
Washington to carry It out.
I Fli.in (Mil ifftilai i'ureHindiil )
11111 Al l I I IIIA. tjct. 10.
It l now but three vmks until tlie
cloeol the ripiillii, but there I no
appearance of wenkmts nr age in the
show. It will lniibtlef. walk off tlie
M.tL'C m ftntid till the t iillnili fitllt, pflii'
plied In It t'liiteiiiu' hi mor miiiI on the
very cpot of id itiifriu. like Mitatbu
oelts. lhe pietty a ii-l hi the noiihrm
transept of lhe main building tho one
that nella photorraph, a well as the
orany"tangi ami the Coriis engine, must
wend their way. The other maiden who
sdiiniN within the H-rlutnery pavilion and
tainted the unwary passer-by with
fpravs tit ib lii miis extracts frutu n uiin
ute synngieal mnehine (J will not meti
ti'iu the firm, they may do their own
advertising) will depart; so w ill the log
horn and Krupp gun. lhe belie that
have been exhibiting the myriad sewing
machine, everyone !' which by the
way, like the different pianos, have been
awarded the highest premium (?) n well
ni the witching fair mechanics of Walt
Iihiii watch manufactory, the unirels
that mnke chocolate drops, hiMjnetii, and
gum shoes must depart, must vam,e.
Who would have the main building
stand when tht y have gone! Let it be
converted into a depot, a receptacle for
fltdi, bacon mnla?cs and jH'froleuin. for
J its itlory will have departed.
, And then the woman's pavilion, what
enchantment in the name t-Tbe woman's
pavilion with its coverings, quillings,
etchings, embroidery, butter Madiary,
and last but not least, its women,. must
go too. Tiiese reflections throng dis
mally on these sad autumnal days. Cen
tennials do not come every year, and
there is little comfort in the relleetton
that the greaUgrciit-grnnd-d.inghters of
these fair women will grace the booths
of the next centennial, and that our
jreat-great-graiid-sou will flirt with
them while pretending to buy a boquet
or photograph, to be interested in their
mechanical or artistic nkill.or rapt in tbe
contemplation of the progress of pro
gress.' I totibtless among the curiosities of the
next centennial exposition, will tic mod
els, wood cuts and lithographs ol this,
and the advanced supereivili.ed denizens
of the coining age will look nt them with
something of Hit pitying etuiosify with
which we regard . that little fraud, tlie
Xew England Iog Cabliu But to return
to my subject. This Is a new century
for women" as well as for Wen ; the fu
ture Is nebulous charged with snrprises.
Wie mon and women iiuaginu that they.
with their telescopes, have resolved the
nebula into distinct stars. They say that
the world is sick of bronze Washingtons,
Hisniui ks, and Xapoleoui ; of men gener
ally, and that an imposing, nut to say in
spiring subject, would be Susau B. An
thony in ruai bl bras or any other ap
propriate uu-Ul, as she stood reading 1m r
declaration of women's rights to the mul
titude in Independence t-oiure on the
Fotuth of July, KG. Your corespond
ent is not a convert; do not cunrel our
engagement; he is simply on tlie fence.
iriYxtt event nt me eentenriiiit "lur
ing this week will Ik "Southern I.y,"
on Thursday, the 19th, for which prepar
ations are now being ni:ide on an exten
sive scale. Tlie states of Virginia, Maiy-
laud atid Mclawarc, tout the l i-(nYt of
Columbia, nrt expecfeil to paitidpate in
the festivities 'which tut splendor will
eoual, or even surpass those on Tenu-
s Ivania Day," while quite as full an at
tendance is ejjM cted. The tournament,
w hich w ill be the distinguishing t. atuie
ot the day, is. to tie taken part In by fifteen
knights all southern gentlemen. The
prizes to bo contested for, consist of gold
and silver table fcett, vases, cups, vases,
etc., and an exciting time is anticipated.
The day will be finished up iu good etyle
with the aid of $5,000 worth of fireworks,
the display of which, it is to lie hoped,
will be more successful than those on the
1th of July, or on "IVuusylvania hay,"
both of which were liut failures.
Visitors from all parts of the country,
still continue to pour into Philadelphia,
and the average daily attendant during
the past several weeks, has not been be
low one hundred thousand paid admis
sion. It It will continue at this rate un
til the close of the exhibition (and there
is every prospect that It will) tho aggre
gate number of visitors will nearly reach
nine millions, which is aliovc the attend
ance at Vienna in Iis2. A result like
this far surpasses tho expectations of the
commission, and fells to the gronnd the
Cassandra-like predictions of those who
prophesied that the exposition
must result in bankruptcy, financially.
The only thing which yet may possibly
have the effect of decreasing the number
of visitors will be tho advent of cold
weather, the buildings being so immense
that It w ould be impossible to beat them.
But thev are still comfortable, and even
If jack frost should come, it Is thought
that the patriotism ol our visitors w ill be
such as to cause them to turn out m
tnasxe iu spite of him.
In the swarm ot humanity that Is con
stantly passing through the gates, it is
surprising, as well as gratifying, to no
tice the good order and good humor
which prevail. The latter, eiccially
is the more remarkable because the show
certainly abounds iu petty annoyances
which uuder ordinary circumstance
would cause those who were pre-disposed,
to turn sour at least, but everybody
seems to have come here with the llrm
intention of keeping a pleasaut counte
nance during the whole of their visit, and
the result Is that all have a good old
tune lor once in ihelr lives. The good or
tier is inaiuly due to the police force
which U extensive and well organized.
and, while a number of petty criminal
have been apprtheuded. It is surprising
to know bow few professional rascals
have been plying their trades here.
Tbe coaiinltlee of citizens of Philadel
phia, w ho were apjiointcd to wait on the
park comwhwiouers for the purpose of
obtaining their consent to the retention
ot the main building (which it was pro-
posed to buy, lor the purpose ot hojding
a irmanent yearly exhibition), fum-h to
lh atoiiMitnent of all, Hut with a flat
r fusal. A reconsideration Is o be asked,
but the cbanoes are 'that the great build
ing of TO must come down, a was the
TILDEN AND REFORM.-
Address of the Union Soldiers'
and Sailors' Reform
Tit our FiiMirr. Commie sn-1 ltri.lln r-.-tn-Armt,
lha Fntrlotic Cnion t-c.Mli'is ninl Min
or f America, entttllik'.
ComkaI'Ks: For a uuuitn-r of jears
past, many good citiens, without ic
gard to their former political iifllnities,
have seriou-ly deprecated and earnestly
denounced the persistent and dictated lal
spirit In which Hadieul leaders have long
been and are still nth niptiug to rekindle
the old war feeling of animosity, and to
make u--e of rni-militnry organizations
lor mere partisan ends; these cti'orts,
tending to force upon the country the
false impression, that K publicans tilone
fought tbe battles ot the 1'nlon cause;
that none of the soldiers ol that army
can now tie expected to vote any other
than the Uadionl ticket; that eve ry Union
soldier must still array hiinsell against a
section tif our country, and continue to
denounce lhe people he helped to over
come in a civil war; a people w lm laid
down their arms, surrendt red to ma-rior
power, and returned to their duty and
their allegiance more than eleven years
ago; while no occasion has been lost,
since the war, in which grand national
soldiers' and sailors- conventions and
reunion, swelled by parades of the
"boys in blue," the G. A. IX. and other
military lofi.'ico-associations and leagues,
that they have not lieen made to sub
serve tho purposes of engendering sec
tional strife and jxr actuating Radical
IU publican misrule. k' .' ?
Longer forbearance of this policy has
now ceased to Im rt virtue. It lms been
linnlv determined that duty and honor
alike demand that we tall lorn general
enrollment ot all our old comrades who
are sincerely desirous of the public good
and who, untrammeled by party ilie-ta-
tion, are opposed U the nrltul revival of
the old war cries without occasion, and
who seethe necessity fur the ovei throw
of the corrupt parly iu power and the
preservation ot constitutional govern
ment In the election and triumph of
Tiltten and Jlrforhi.
At the close of the war, m:tbc year
1805, the Kadical party had reached the
summit of iiolitical jieiwcr, with no check
to its intolerance-save the scruples' of
the president, and this was iiisutlicieiit to
restrain it vlndictiveness. 'I'he etn
gress ottered to the lieople the i:hb,
Jllh and 15th amen hiicnts tn the
constitution as tlie basis . of
Its re-construction." " These amend
ments wen; accepted and were ratiliod
by the legislature ot threc-foiirfhs of the
sUte-s. The congressional enactments
passed to enforce these conditions were
submitted to, and acquiesced in, in good
lulili. I li Houthrru people were thus,
restored to all their civil rights by ale
the forms ol law ; and it is now but a
mockery uicl repudiation of the terms A
Iheir contract, nt everv returning elec
tion, to threaten them naiii with tlie
gtiui trade l death, and to Jilt r-t ill
higher the bleeding te'tiimmt ot war.
Bloody Instructions iuJeed, which will
leturii but to plutie llic imeiilO).
W e appeal to you to take up Ibis work
with us and a-in in carrying it forward
to a successful issue In every state which
sent a icginient ot t'ninii soldiers to tbe
war. We w ish to see-lhe enrollment ot
every friend of our cause who served In
the Union army, and we urgently recom
mend the perfection, at the same time,
of such local, congressional and rtate as
sociations, as shall organize, complete
and bring forth to the election, tbe sol
diers' ami sailor' vote, in a solid column,
along the whole line, and throughout the
country. Let us show to those now in
power, our firm convictions of the neces
sity of u return to an honest and consti
tutional administration of the govern
ment by our independent exercise of
suffrage. For this we fought in lhe bat
tles of the Union. The preservation ot
that Union was a duty paramount of all
others, but the untrammeled exercise
of the citizen's right of suffrage is not
secondary to it. We should not permit
any consideration of political ndvautago
or partisan associations to mislead us
from the duty which we owe to the pres
ent exigency as well as to the future wel
fare of the wholo country. Let us show
by our voices and votes that we are still
300,000 strong, after all our losses, In sup
port ot the constitution we defend, and
for a return to honest government In the
interests of the w hole people.
Tho most encouraging sign ot reform
is to be found in tho recent . change and
overthrow of a portion of that combi
nation of office holders, at Washington,
whose hold upon power ha seemed to
defy all attempts at resistance or opposi
tion. At least four departments liave
been upturned, the most Mcrloue Irregu
larities brought to light by tlie ittibliis de
mand lor reform, and their dlrellet secre
The succcssfel Investigations by the
Democratic committees of congress, to
which the administration was at last
forced to succumb, indicates 'with cer
tainty tho comnieiicemnnt of a moral
revolution iu polities fliut Is to be con
fined to no section and to no state.
Will you not join heartily in that lm
perate demand for honest government
that Is being re-echoed from all thu latnj?
Each soldier must have observed with
what flourish and parade has been ad
vertiscd from year to year, by the Itadi-
cal congress, an avowed determination
to pass an act to equalize the bounties ot
the government to the union soldiers and
sailors of the late war. Kuch bills were
presented In plentiful numbers, but not
to be passed. It reuialued for the Demo-
ocratio party ami Democratic majority
of the military committee of the prenf
nouse ti representatives to report mid
pass a last, equitable mid efficient bill to
accomplish tmt end. The committee
detlaretfthat "lhe g"Vt ruinent In respect
of thesfj bounties, is debtor; and while
she may lairly examine Into the justice
of partlculur cac. yet doty and good
'faith rtftuiie her to pay them. . Theg
'eminent Is better able to pay these just
demands, thin tli-.' entitled thereto
'are to He out of Hum."
TliUtuU provided tlm equal bounty ol
fill per month to every able -oldier ol
the union army for the whole time he
served In the wir. It was pnsst'd by the
Democrats of tha house, alter due con
sideration ; was transmitted tei the senate
and wi; lor three mouths before that llf-
publican body to be neglected, denied
consideration, and, to all Intents and pur
poses ol the senate, w is defeated In the
senate by Its pntrml d friend'.: Thi-tUa
specimen lent from th.' llreord ( I the si s
sioitof congress "ut closed; and as fur
ther evidence ol the insincerity ot th
Kadicul parly ju congress, in its ptoles
sions of regard for the interests f the
volunteers and dctcndcis of the nation ;
and, notwithstanding the affirmative
voice of the DcinicT.its in the houc, the
Kejuiblicans icrsisteiitly objected to, and
used the available power ot a niiuoiity
against the conidi ration and pussage ol
the just and long deserved Hack 1'tnsL-t
hill, for the relief ot the wounded and
disabled soldiers and sailors. This bill
Lwas reported in ilue time, and was urged
uhiii the hoiiv, and failed for want ol
twothiids majority, tbe K publicans
Voting against the Mispehsloit of the
rules to consider it.
The Democratic House ot 1'epresenta
tives has gone lurtht-r iu improving the
pension law lor the relief or disabled.
Uitbetto soldiers who had lost limbs
were ie-nioned at twenty-four dollars
monthly. At the last session it was pro
vided that the tiensione r should receive
either artitieial limbs, or further commu
tation therefor liniioncy, which had beeu
long denied by congress.
Nor havotlic soldiers of the Mexican
war, of the Florida, Seminole and Black
Hawk Indian wars of Is:t) lieen for
gotten or neglected. Theso patriots sul
fercd great hardships under a tropical
sun, iu a malarious climate, and by their
endurance and valor finally vanquished
their country's enemy, and crowned her
arms with a victory so valuable in the ac
quisition of a vast territory, as to entitle
fhetn to their country's gratitude. And
now in their old age, the Democratic
party, on its return to legislative -tower,
has proposed to pension them and their
aged widows, to alleviate, in a small de
gree, the jittiuro of Iheir declining years.
Nor Iws the action of tha Democratic
house been less patriotic and humane,
consistent in the civil and political inter
est or the Union soldier. For It will he
found that in the Forty-third congress
out of 210 persons occupying posts of
protlt and emolument under various offi
cers e)eet.ed by the Iioush, but twenty
three had rendered military service in tlie
Union army. Twenty-three soldier",
and no more, were appointed to employ,
meuts by the last hou-e of representa
tives. TliC'c were principally disabled
Hlisloller-, enployed at the lowest s:i;t
lies. But in the pie-ent house, out of lS!i
employes, lr the fame sen ice, lorty
Ihrce, were honorably di-charged 1'iiiou
soldiers, itiuking a ilillerctice of ninety
per cent, in favor if lhe friend-hip of the
Democratic party for Hie s-ildier.
I'he radical cry ol "Cojifederate
House," by tho Republican party, to in
fluence lhe vole ol rtohhers, in view of
these fiii 1s, is, th. icfure, bulb uniiu aniug
Of private bills for the reiii f of 1'uioii
s ldiers, widow and children, there w re
passed by the present house a larger num
ber than in any former congress since the
cloe of tho war.
This much is truthfully stated as evi
dence of the spirit of justice to the soldier
exhibited in legislative acts by tho two
great parties presenting candidates for
tho presidency. The Democratic party
has been Just, and even geucrotis. The
IUdic-d parly has been profuse in prom
ises and pretences, it lixs denied privi
leges, bounties and the rights ot the .sol
diers who fought the battles ol the coun
try. There Is, therefore, every motive of
public and private economy to trust the
one, and fo abandon the other. The 'ru
es t interests of the people demand it. Tho
condition ot the currency, the public
debt, retrenchment, and common honesty
In public affairs are considerations all
equally clamorous that there shall be a
change. - '
The Ieuiocratic parly bus already cur
tailed $30,000,000 or extraordinary and
needless expenses of the current year.
That policy is an evidence of the reform
of that party, in lightening the taxes of
tho ieople, which its candidate is so em
inently Identified with. ,
Veterans of the Union Cause.' Will you
enlist, Irty tills campaign,? Will j'oubcln
us lu this work of Jttform r U is a. work
inaugurated with the approval and by
the co-operation of tbo nutioual Demo
cratic committee of, all the states, and
with the help and concurrence of many
eminent citizens. Aud in appealing to
you to join us iu all honorable endeavors
lor the election ol Tildcu and Hendricks,
wo can usstire j on that as them were
great numbers of gallant Democratic
generals, commanders, subalterns and
privates who fought with you in the "big
wars," there w ill not now bo wanting the
mue patriotic cl:u to fight for this
A partial list of eminent suldiera, whose
services the country has recognized, and
who are now co operating with us, Is ap
Wc ak you to form into political asso
elation and clubs for the purpose of ex
tending your lotlucnco anil Insuring enc
cess. ami that you wil", report tlie names,
und port-office address, and the regiment
of military service, of all soldiers and
sailors living in your vicinity, by corres,
pondenee w ith the Secretary of the asso.
In lhe crowning victory which, in o
vniber, awaits the great - Democratic
reform parly that hss ocwipled inch a
conpiclons position in tbe ann-ilscf onr
countt y. we welcome and ask lhe io-op-r-ratlnnof
nil soldiers and sailors In the
work of regeneration ; and each and ev
ery immu whit assist, in bringing nbout;
that great re-ult, will be entitled to the
thanks ot tin people ami to the honor
dud gratitude of the country
.M .i.-tlKN. .Io ifi ii lions km, President,
l ot.. II. loinnoN Danii.i.s Secretary.
,1. M. lie i t. I u. Cor. Secretary.
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rooms c.uii lf m cured at iiiionulils rate lor (lie
'I Le t. Charles is the lartresf iindbi-st niiiioint-e-1
House in i-outlieni i 1 lim-is, uu-1 is Hit- leaduiK
hotel in (airo. Not v, liliatunilini,' the "lied
Rock" reiliictinn in price, Itie inMe will, as
tiFiial, be- liUmlly kiippliett with (lie wry best
of nery ihin that can l-nind in market .
1 tne lurire sample room fur i oinim ri nil trav
elers, on liriiilliii lloor, I'reeol eliurce.
I f-All naf.'ift-ol jrtii'fts coiivejcl to and Itorn
the hotel wit noli I cli:ire
JKWtlT Wlf."OX A CO. ,
1 -1 ft-1 f I'murietor .
i, II. OIIEIII.V. A. W. r-VATT
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
HINDERS AND BLANK BOOK
Bulletin Buildinsr, Cor. Twelfth Stree
i.nd WasUlnnton Avenue,
tJ-Countv and KailroadWark a Specialtv
WiiEiiKAs. John II. Pliillu, aud JUchel j.
I'bilii hi wile, liy their certain sale mort
gage, executed aud delivere.1 to the lindersiii-ed
on tlie i-d day of April, A. I., Isjo, did, l'r
the- piirpiist: of securiua a certain promiasuiy
mile therein meiitioned, mortKuKefo the uuder
h limed the Ibllowinit descrilM-d iirciuUes, lo
vvil : 'J he- itudividedeiie-hall of lut uumbered
two (J), In bl-iek niimbi'ivd tliree A, in tho
l ily ol I alio, Illinois ( aud w-hei-ea ilefuull bus
ler a Hindi- iu the- payment of suid note ; now,
therefore, in iiiiiiiiiihc of the authority con
ferred by auid sale iikiHkhki-, f will sell the
uliove dutn-rilied premises, at public vendue, to
the hilient bidder, forcsih in hand, ul the door
of the court hoime, in airo, Illinois, on rsalur
iluy, Octolrsin, A. D., IsCo. at the hour.of i
o'clock, p.m. , ol eai-l day, aaid sale to he with'
ALKRKD II. SAI- r ORU, Moitjruire;.
(.ItKKN & ClLLItUT. Alloriieys. d-.M
Junction of Broadway, 7th Avenua and
NEW YORK CITY,
Tb re lilocks went k tirand Central Depot
near tbe tlovated Itatlroad, and but twen
ty minutes from Wall Street. All modern
improvement, ltatcs $1 ft" day. Lilt
eral terms to famulies.
"TCHA8. E. LELAKD, Proprietcr
Of De-levan House, Albany, N- f .. an
Clarendon Hotel, r-aratoita. 7-7-ddm.
PrMTCIur h"?8 life-like sU-rl encravnii:
HUCniO,l the pitideulisl I suili-Ule soli
7 i-SU",y "ennriireinular. N.Y. fcn
dy ViaViai i n s . Wall l.,ho S.-.I-, . V
I bis xrtat Ir t. rnallonal Kxlilbltiou, d'
elxned to c nnmcniorate the oue hundredth
nnnlveisnry of Auicrlean Indejiendcnce,
opened My Kith, and will cloe November
loth, 187(1. All tne nsllont. ol the world
and all Hip states and territories of the L'n
I3ii are participating In thin wonderful de
monstration, Miiiiinx together the mot
comprehensive collection ot art treisures,
mechanical Inventions, si lrnlitlo discover
cries, m.inufatturing achievement, miner
al specimen, and nvrleubliral products
cr.or cvliibited Tho grounds devoted to
the cxbibttlon are situated on tlm line of
the Pennsylvania Hsilroad anil embraoe V0
acres of t'artaount Park, all highly Im
proved anil ornamented, on wbieli are
erected the largest buildings ever ennstruo
ted nve of Hio-e covering an area of tilt y
acres aid coving t a.neo.tmo. Tho total
niinitierof building" erected fur the pur
posfs of tho exhibit on In near two bun-Ore-1.
)uriu tlie thirl days ImmediiiUly
following the open jit ot the exhibition a
million and a uiia ter of poople vtsite.1 It.
THE PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD.
THE GBE&T TRUNK tllfl
FAST MAIL ROUTE OF THE U. S.
Is the inos, direct: onvenient andeeonom
leal w ay ol reaebiug l'liiladolphtn and this
Kleut hxliilutiun I rum all sections of tbe
country. Its trams too snd trom Philadcl
phla will pa, tliroulth a grand Ctiitsnnlsl
depot, w bleb tha compuuy has creeled at
tlie- main entrance to tbe KxhibllioD
itouiids lor the accommodation of p.tsen
iers who w l li to stop at or start from tbe
buon-rnus laiye hotels contiguous to this
station alio the Kxhibition a convenience
ot the ereatest vuluc to visitor-, and afford
ed exclusively by the l'cUbs( Ivrnia Kail-
eiad, which I the only line running direct
o the Centennial bnildlri;. Kxeiir-ioii
rains will also slop at tlie hiieuinpmeiit of
be Patmns oflliubaudrj , at Kim Station
on till road.
The rennsy ivania Kaitrond is the grand
est railway organization In tbe world, it
controls seven thousand miles of roadway,
forinliir continuous lines to rhtladeliilns
New York, Italtiinore, and wahing-un,ovt-r
which luxuriouw day and ulirlit car are
run trom Chicago, st. Louis, i.ouisv ille.tio-
Mnuati, ludiatispolis, coIumlitH, Toledo,
Cleveland and l.ne w itaotii change.
It, main line I laid wlte double and third
tracks ol heavy ftcel rails upon a deep beo
of broken stone ballast, and its bridgh are
all of Iron or stone. Its pasac nurr trains
are equipped with every koon improve
ment lor comtort and scty, suit are run at
laste-r speed lorjreater instances lbn lhe
trains ot any line on tlie rontinent- The
comi'iiny nas lamely increased its riiuiii-
nient tor Veilteiniial travel, and w ill be- pre
pared to build In it own shops, at short
entice aiiltleieiit to fully aceommodatc any
any extra ooniaiiii. i lie tiaequoiiea re
s-iun-i at the command ol l lie comrnnv
ol Uie e-ompany guarantee tbe nt pcrfel
accoiniiio-lations for all its patroni during
tlie (.eiiic-nniai r.xmoiiion.
The iiianiilei-iit act-nry for which t the
I'lOtiM Iv auia llailroad It so ju-tly celf-Orate-1
presents to the Iravclerover its pertect
roadway an ever-chamnn" panorama of
river mountain ami landscape views line
qusJed in Amerii a.
'f'he caring stations on (hi line are no
sui f.a-.srd. Mea!s wil! be furnished at suit
able hours and an pie time allowed fur n
Excursion tickets, at reduced rate, will
be Hold at all the prim inul railroad ticket
oftice iu the West, Nui tbvvcol and houth
Ite sure that vour tickets real via the
(treat l'ennsvtv aula route to Ihi Celitcn
Fit ANK THOMSON. i. M. lt lYD.dr..
(ten. Mmiacer. (ien. Pass'r A;l
.1 V i i IP
!: A II V SlKTISiCM K.M'lls.
CINTI tlxnWI wrfta CltwSan Uf r took by
Eapcw tar Mtarmonlem
30tn tlknass la tt. .
sb Polyrtamr. Wo
I. laa4iKyu Sj Jollfl
man's ator rsa ra mi. ihv.m 7
Oousth s4 Mre. LNermait. ahs -, i
TT nn TTStaSwlli lit ITt a ill Mi, nMi i S n S i JI1 11 a.-
Ma'niimiIOmin,isi UrrtuUi MSns
u. OIMTIM. OILMAN Si OO..OhloaolU
PVP9V ?flTfil?S who wa woundttt or co
HI MA a eUilUlaA trr. ud (..rinunml dieu
lhe army can now et a pn-.loii by vrilintr
John Uirculrn k, -rov't unt, Cotanilius, Ohl
1 here sre martyrs to headache w ho mia-hl U
hy ua cm-eding
Tarrant's Sslttsr Apsrsnt
Tlit-hlniiiurh, overburilt-nnl niitil ll rfuix-ra-'lit
power is weskelied, rrveiiKe ibelf up -u
tlie poor bend, liicli it makva t si-he and tor
ture t'lf olten-ter. '1 lie nae of this will carry off
untuially, sn-1 a i'IohI impreceptibly , the oflend
iru finise. ' he dim use if removed and the he.J
eea-n di u he.
mjU RY AI.Mikl'.(jl9Ti.
C r c - a wik loatrenta. Sample free
yw fc, m 1' . l. i hf.lt Y, Augusta.
A complete Ilistorv of Audersoiivitle
W by lr. it. R.
Stevenson, siii-ieoa in
pi I'liai'-re, Willi uu upiM-mll contain
ink' the niime of I Uti union aol
r.i diers who died there, with the date and H
Jt euuse of death, tsent on receipt of ti
3 price, t,'i. A splendid campaipn M
aj loos, a i u dux jinuiitbKs. bi- ti
Innore, Md. S
OCKxtra Kine mixed Curds, with name, 10 cts.
i-'pOet puid. 1. JoxesACo Naaau, N t
Huhe-st premium at the Centennial awarded to
m mmi vjm,
Knite Btweklnar In 16 XinuUa. -
Knitting la tha heel and uarrevriutf off (he toe
complete ; knit all aiea i narruwa und w idens
atwldi and knits the web either tubular or Hat,
eiiorle, double or ribbed, proilucuiK all varieties
of knitapiiaret. Hend lor circular and sample
stoekiDK. I. AMU KM TIM. JiA HIOK CO.,
C'hli-oiee Falla, Mass, or Cliuvtfo, III,
S rot HIM Chromos t'llKB. J.
M. S1U.N VON. Philadelpliui, Pa,
"ciehrMtid for It Psritr, Btrerarth snS PlaTav
W arranted to krr-p He kl-i. XV m Oraarantes It t
Ik- entirely free from Sulphuric Arid or other deletart
viaaulwtancn.wltli wUlcli iotl Piisr Usdulterslee
f-'or asle l.y all (trocars. Iairgest Vinegar Works la ISA
world. ah. ISAS. E. UPKU681MQaCO..Ciacae
13u-j sor rBoriTN r-SCO.l t ! S
til.t ini ( lavesiuiM. or I S-l
'l he judiceouii'se'tection aud nuinSKeuieiit of
is a sun-road to rapt-1 furtune, 'end for new
'Mysteniol Aasured 1'iolila," lire, with lull
llll- riiiatlou coiiea-rniiiir the stm-k market.
Uolil and I T. POTTTR. WIGHT tfc OO
Stock Itroker. i 36 Wall street New York.
oi Every IKucriplion
(Or if placed in a line, over)
16 WILES OP
SOLD DURING the YEAR 1875
tVI UY STOVE 13
Mssitiiisglj Recommenied -
ffnriK; Vis I or So I
Of It NEW SIZES
Nos. 37, 88, 39, 47, 48 and 49
Are a Marveloua Combination of
An-t all the Esent!al Point' that fu to MaVs up
Most Perfect Cooking Stove
Kter nilsretl la the fiablle.
Ma le Oaly by the
Excelsior Manufacturino o.,
Xos. (112, ci . -,! and CIS N. Mi!n-I..
St. I.ouls, tfa.
C. W. HENDERSON,
-1-wsl,at' n.,t w
OA K IT PE TE RsT
BIXTn STREET, Between OHIO
LEVJ5K AND COMULKRCIAI
Mann fracture his own Horao Sbosa an t
tan Assure (iooj Work.
, PATRONAGE SOLICITED
1ti .t r-siipt ! ' to tW ti-.tMtki,iH ak .m4i m
CUriiiu In4a-.s4t. ath
jrt atrns Mr. HI TlH'MrHaciOHUf.
ftiZfjft, A Phjrioloffiel View irM..r.j
Uti, intiiHd ftfiel t :.ua cci.t. i.t
'JBL t Wr Ut' wn ( inv! me if olk
oM ai( ftW aAre ITaUrWrtar It V4Uk,
lteIi)O0i i tt-iillaniAij4 Aft hll1feU tMrfc tl JtA4.
fur trt u rrUiKK. Urkj vaWii4 ta lvbt uui-t s tavi
Lt lifi.t U-n.V i a. tt I dMi
A PHIVA TP. M EOtCatls-rBBATIHsf ob ftU 4Mm
Of Prtva( Naturk bum .-, tl.r iUii)ul
if U e i.;v tiif. t.i unrjtrtrtvl lirl rt
U lir AL ADVICK ia HiustliHl Chronit (Kru.,
f I'Hiital Wtrakrw-, CaUrrh, Ckiirr, KiiKwrs, llic Itymtn
II.J.H, . mSUpmti wear, eiuiMlt s. If v rt Ail
thrfS books rvintiiBog 40MMStMlrv'rrfitTs1 o:-ti
kmm ttf tit tb) tubfrct, tai aor)l7 tMi4 fta r
rcipt of 60 cts. Aei.lr, pr. Butt DttM-sry,
Wo 12 N. tth si.. St UyitsMo. lI-JST m j
asx. taraar aw wa tsv.
WanrMfc (.ui. IHudstnl
aiuaaivaaSsMta kussr us
ruun.1,,0, Mamar-. (Ul
rtiya-i-f iai M.ttri.a
ai.S Hr.r.aliona of Ik
S rwa in liii In tun.
all kind of Di.
vith Siindrtua of ta'uabl ttiptr-
IS trrfy r-e(. Slit-uav arall.j(i nrcrintol
Or c. k-.iiisak. ta Kons imb
V. lami. Mo. Cttalilialuxl iu laC
THE ENENT OF DISEASE !
THE FOE OP PAIN
TO MAN AND BEAST
I the Uranil Old
Which has stood tho test of 40
There is no sore it will not Heal,
no Lameness it will not Cure.no
Ache, no Pain, that Afflicts the Hu
man body, or the body of a Horse
or other Domestic, animal, that
does not yield to its magio touch.
A bottle costing 25 c, 60o. or tl
has often saved the life of a Hainan
Being, and Restored to Life and
Usefulness Many a Valuable
Horse. IO-eed-diw-1. ' '
37 Court Plats, LOUISVILLE, KY.,
A iislavrt tMuraU'4 MsS Itfalft- qtssliftMl -ktias fiM
a-lwiiGtwwril, as Ult pneuce U tune.
iperaiaUrrkea amd lamjtatesMjy,
at tkamuli f Mir-ss-iM iu aife. tl
lurer oara. r oUtar mux. a otadNHna la! iSa a
fc.aiat oSaMa:Nriuu.u. d.i.la. I iuiul-ai. ttaSsWt aula-rf-.u.
Ijjt ittu.i. Utaaui-.t alSltl-i. tfwUtw Hraiarr. ra..
.aslOaai.flaiiAMua ha, A.tilo k.kJrt af Sataak-a,
eoataM f 1-1. at. l-. f ll,, 4., tc-ilrrla
r -r uaa.pi-r . .- inrtaa-
t-a ariaala clataat Sliaa.i-.. au nvaliaf ik-HMaua atjt.u.
. aay. taatttl taui. St t am, Aa-viaa um- tmm -M.
rw wwaivu i-tmiu. tu a. I aara. a aru it i lb.ou-e-i. m i.
i.i( lb. 4-iif for araalatral, aJitiaa raa Sc teal aillakly
aa Mlalj ajr aitliar e.ivra.. aarauara.
Cars Oaaraateed la all Caaee
ri.u.uiuouu. p-'.a.H, ar h latiar IrN aa latll..t.
rSar tmuaabla aa carotaAnoa Mruil' iuCta(il.
nt 10 vm, .ul i a-l-ltau. a aralj nH, l- tSirlr
l.m arata. t-fcaokf k fc alt. SSSraaa aa iwn.
VSK Soart Ittai A at l. r M faaAaja, I w r. a
. tB-rjiaa ta-at i--
auuy -. YFKIIalaVl,1''"" assas-
orrtr araAirawSTr-ia IS M.lru: OOBafTrkaa.
OLXET. Hai.laii. aWlJo.. Haiauj.lur Cat tail.
fUSrZMh.' i-rtvasi ity iua SO sal
Aftl.alf arklAil U.l ai.liaialiaS.rarwlalaHai'i.B