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Ex-rntDgT nd Mm. Grant mired
T Democrat of the Louli.ins leiis"
latura.hart nominated Jadgt II. M.
Spoflord tor V-itea States Seuator.
Louiuxa Radicals nre now lot u
yetige, and many of tbeiu ar adrocat.
Ing the election of a Democrat to the
United Stated senate. This Is a tort ol
revenfa Democrats can take down w Illi
Br authority ot the lefinlaturo Gov.
Cullom his been authorized to appoint
one delegate to represent the state ot
Illinois In the International penitentiary
commission to be held at Stockholm,
Sweden, under the auspices of the
Ti Packard usurpation has Iot its
hold upon Louisiana, and tlio grand old
state la once more free and independent.
In a short time, peaco having returned to
her, Louisiana will assume her place
among the thriving states of the union-, anl
confidence, joined with the many advan
tages of the state will make her future
one of prosperity, peace and plenty.
s are bring ina.lo in the lumota
Mo create "M,H-
ment in favor of passing the various ap
propriation bills, and referring the rev
enue subject toa special couimI."ion, alter
which the legislature is to adjourn until
November next. Thle proposition create
considerable excitement, and it is doubt
ful whether it can be carried out sno
J. En. Clarke, editor and proprietor
ot the Grayville Independent, died at his
home in Grayville on Thursdav Jst.
Mr. Clarke was inlhe sixty- third year of
his age. lie had been editor ot the Lf
dependent for more than eighteen your,'
and during all of that time the paper
never missed a regular Issue, llo was a
man of great firmness of character, and
like all meu ot in stamp had vann
friends and bitter enemies, ile was a
prominent Odd Fellow, and took great
Interest in tie temperance cause, iliu
funeral took place on Saturday, 21-t inst.
The new from Europe U most war
like. Indeed It was anticipated that the
Ritsian declaration of war on the Turka
would be made public yesterday. A
Kussian army of 20,000 is being concen
trated on the banks ol the Truth, and
will be ready to cross In a day or two;
and It la announced that other portions
of the Russian army will commence
their march to-day. The Turks are also
massing their forces, and we may expect
to hear of bloody work within the next
tew days. Foreign dispatches say the
powers of Europe will ofier no mediation
between Russia, and Turkey as provida
by treaty, as the porte would not be
aisposea 10 accept it, ana war is now
WADE MAM P TOA
IVaje Hampton Is winning bis way to
the hearts of the people of South Caroli
na in away lu which , no other man In
the state could have hoped to. Even
the colored men ot the state are begin
uing to regard hi m as their savior, aud
they are flocking to his standard by the
core. While in Charleston i
lew days ago Governor Hampton
made a speech to tin colored men of
Charleston county, in which he reas
serted the pledges so often made by him
during the late campaign, assuring thern
tt equal protection under ttte laws ol the
sUte; equal privileges in tlie public
schools, and the fullest protection in all
tbcu- rights of citizenship. Nearly all
the leaders ot the colored element in
Charleston county were present and
beard this speech, and they expressed
much satisfaction at the frankness with
which Governor Hampton addressed
thtm. They have faith in Hampton
nd are willing to trust their cause in his
bands. Already the business afUin ot
South Carolina are beginning to assume
a more encouraging aspect, and tlie feel
In: of confidence which IlamDton is in
spiring In the people of the state will be
sure to place Her on the hlghrosdto
COTIOJT A ll MOUK CH4I.V.
Southern parr are just cow urging
upon plsnters the necessity for planting
more graia and less cotton. The Mem
phis AcaUncht, discussing the eflects of
the war between Turkey and Russia on
the cotton iulereata i the United States
usts the following language:
Noweomes home the question of vital
Importance to us-how will the South
be effected t This depends, says every,
one, upon the South itaelf depend
upon how the South acts now, to-day.
Cotton is the staple ot the Southhow
will cotton be fcttocted This, too, de
pends in a degree upon the extent ol the
war, but no good will come out of the
war lor cotton. Liverpool U overstocked
and the supply n hand far exceeds the
Let American ' snanulaoturcs Increase
and thrive as they will, no Increase can
ivuo mr us grew aecre of the
auueuru oi raw cotton exported to the
otmoraiizea markets ot the old world.
Suppose there Is no war, cotton, if a
hujre crop Is made, will scarcely pay tor
.w uiaaiug woen aoui next rail, xow
lei the foreign industries be checked and
eed by war, and where will the sta
ple b louad? Whether we have war
rrm" . U1re u to be no money
m'm u th. 'ny m"n of common
sense is lbs proper course to be tmrtu!
H.7.T continue in their
oottoo at low figures to Muy
lu South m&ka
mKmm ot uie eountrv in
planting the crop ot 1W7 Is a vim
CooUnalt. thm article, the Alunck,
wto the language ot proinlnettt busU
now nea oi Memphis, who
planters or the goulh
to "ouke tbelr
fcroad and moat, knd
only to cotton."
five their surplus
OUR WASHINGTON LETTER.
t'HlliMSr ! Conm Thr H"
dr l' vf Ur pari rum!
r PrlnUtiv mnti fcnffraelntf
-lrt-ller limtitl F-lnr-Kr
Ike Rrdorli ml th
frrm mf tUn lirM .. la w"l
lltfrnn tk flnaloeea wr Wblny
t'il LcrrenpoDdrm of the BtLLin-)
W"snixGT0X, April 20, 1877.
from the bureau of engraving and priut-
ingin the treasury department, on yes
tunlur, arc the aubject ol cuimTsaiiou in
tlie cltr nti resent. Almost every one
lias a Irieud who has been auVcted by
them. Assistant Secretary McCormlck
has been overwhelmed with complaiuts
and Detitions. Many sad cases have
been presented aud favorable cousidora-
ti.m ure.1 with tears. Amonir those
discharged was a women w ho
LOST 1 WO IlfSBAXl3
and three sons in the union army. 1 he
tirt husband was shot dead at the first
battle at Hull Kim, the second fell under
Sheridan In 1jC4. Ol the sons, two were
killed at Gettysburg, and the third died
of a disea- contracted in the army. One
women vln wi. dismissed
returned with a later from
President Hayes raying that he
knew the applicant and was personally
t gutzant that her d;uii-nl woi a great
affliction, but that hp would not suggest
any deviation from rules adopted for the
trooJ of the public servW. only hoping
th ttbe app;c,,nf mffht be considered in
future If consistent with
ANOTHKR III LICA.VT
Came to Mr. McCormlck, saying: "Here
is a hater signed by two names that I
think ought to be potent In having me
reinstated. The kttcr was endorsed by
the secretary oi the treasury and by !c'U
ator Thurniau, of Ohio, the father-in-law
ot Mr. McCormlck. The assistant secre
tary said ho did not ee how it was possi
ble for him to reinstate her.
t-El KtTiKV SllfclilMN
Says the removal of so many employes
who were helpless, poor, and ilependeut
lor their very bread upon their monthly
salaty, has been Uieniost painful duty
he was ever compelled to perform. Sec
retary Morrill, his predecessor, had told
him that It was indciciisable that the
force should be reduced, and when he
became secretary he appointed three ol
the most trusted officers ot the depart
ment to make a earelul examination, und
select those who were either
SOT NEEDLD OU WERE Lt AST UlU.t llVE
In the service. I'hia they did, and he
held the list for days, and handed It to
the assistant secretary by
whom it was carefully insoected
anu ueiu until aeiay was no longer ex
disable. Tlie removals having been
made with thclgreatest care. Secretary
Sherman has rctusod to restore any one
on the list, although some of them were
appointed on his own recommendation
and many of them were cases of extreme
hardship. The force will have to be
I still further reduced, and .the 1st of May
naa Been nxeq mr the auimsuu or an ua
ditlonal three hundred. Two years ago
the employes iu this bureau numbered
ONE THOUSAND NINE Bl'.VDREI).
After the dismissals contemplated hav
been carried into effect, the force will not
be larger than three or four hundred.
Other bureaus iu the different depart
ments are overflowing with employes
who, 6lncs they are without employ
ment, it would be more proper to call
payes. None ;are so plethoric as the
bureau of engraving and printing was
but they will all require depletion bcloro
the service can bo reduced to
LEGITIMATE WORKING .COXDiriOX.
When the discharge of supernumiries,
as contemplated I y the administration,
shall hive been accomplished, there wi 11
be not only a great reduction ot expense
In the matter of salaries, but the Numer
ous private buildiogs, rented as govern
ment officers, .will be no longer needed.
hence there will be a ereut savins
in the. matter ot rents.
While the country rejoices.
In every measure looking to
And lesei,ing the burden of taxation,
ashington, throurh its local sentimt-nt
and press, expresses a futile protest.
Since the prosperity of the city, in all
rrivate enterprise?, i dependent on the
money disbursed to the large number of
government employe resid.-nt hire, the
merchants, real estate. owner;, hotel and
boarding home fcoor.fr.i arc of course1
not pleaded with a policy thai tun-t
HEDtvK nr. ron LATION
Of Washington, and the amount of
money iu circulation. Individuals, and
especially the helpless women must be
pitied, but their loss will be the nations
gain. Government oflices will not be in
the future asylums for indigence, uo mat
ter how meritorious.nor the booty ol suc
cessful politicians to reward their politi
cal ueipcri. (-(
A NEW PARTY.
A New Party with Old
That is What Mr Secretary of
the Navy Thompson, is work
lit lironu r irlnll
vVtiiiii'tou Special to the St. Louis Re.
WiiutGro. Apr'i 'U The IMnly
Kuliun ol Uiis city, which recently an
nounced itself us the organ of a new
Whig party, will to-morrow print a loug
lntsrrlew with Secretary Thompson,
from which the following Is taken:
.-Ii i .Smr7 M ,,ow Ul eonditlon tav.
ondilo to the adoption of the principle!
which were the platform of the old Whig
ffkH,wUlcU V1 ,lwTB favored a
tartS for revenue with discriminating du
Ues proUctire ol American labor, a Glir.
soaKS,nP.ubllc P'ovemenbi and
t " &Uf' Tb
has been finally e sUbllabod. The people
ot the South are now ln.au Impoverished
condition. The people ot the North are
rich, and what Is needed Is such a system
of public improvements as will benefit
that section ot the country; such meas
ures as will impress upon the Southern
people that we are their friends nni
brothers; that we Intend to nllve with
them a number of the same family
and to advance their Interests and pros
perity by means of the power which Is in
our hands. I think that we can demon
strate our professions of, ineudshtp iu no
tetter way man tins.
I should like to express an opinion s
to individuals, but In the event of the
formation of a new party It would seem
to me mat such men as mil, i.nnsr,
Hampton and Wntterson would probably
cut loose from old organizations and
coalesce with a part organized on old
Whig principles. The name of the party
is wholly immaterial. If a new p.irt)
were organized or tlie llepublienn party
so reorganized as to recoirnizo Vliig
measures n distinct features of it, the
i-l(! Wliltr mnnilxTS in tin? South would
all into the ranks. Owing fo the pred-
iwliwriUtiMfr In I tie Soil til it llllhl
lw f.innd nponssarv lo have a change of
name. The Whigs of the South are not
Democrats. Thev never were nnd never
will he. and thev will SO into a
new organization it it carries
in it old Whiir iinneiples, vr
even into an old organization governed
by these principles. They regard the
oid Whig party as embracing pure prin
ciples and patriotic desires. 1 have al-
wuys said that when the country became
diseased it could only be cured by Whig
remedies, and w henever we have suflered
from misgovern men f or mismanagement
we have arpll"d to IVliIg remedies for
Editorof the .ViriW On Tuesday last
the y,iti'j published a platform. I
quote the three principles enumerated:
First A national curroucy founded on
bimetallic standard aud sufliclent for
the wants ot healthy trade.
SeeonrlA system ofintern.il itnrrore
tncuts such as private capital is power
less to construct, but which i? essential
to tlie development of the countrj 's re
sources. Third A tarifl 'sufficient to keen em
ployed Mich manufacturing establish
ments as are already in operation, such
new industries as will tend to develop
the natural wealth of the country uud
rreals a balance of trade in our favor.
Would you be kind enough to give me
our opinion of it.
J. no secretarv: I hat embraces niv
ideas exactly. Thce principles oitsrht
to be embraced by the Kepr.bJican party.
nave already expressed nit opinion up
on the qiiualion of internal Improve
ments. Jlegarding the currency J am in
favor of a gold and silver baeis. 1 think
it would have been far better lor the
iuterestot the country It silver had never
been diturbc-l, nd 1 regard the acts ot
its demonetization as one of ill-judged
egislation to say the least.
The power of the government
should be pledged to furnish a stated and
unvarying currency, iiiere can be no
controversy about that. Our currency
ought to be national, a legal tender tor
customs, dues and all other dU' S, and
resting upon a metallic basis. I think
that a new Whig party would command
a strong following in Indiana, but the
Republican party inspired by Wnig prin
ciples wouia una a stronger.
THE PRESIDENT'S SOUTHERN IOLIC V
1 1 In regard to the president's Southern
policy 1 don't think he could hate pur
sued any other course consistent vith his
own promises aud dignity of character.
I think his policy right iu itself. The
removal of the troops was absolutely
essential to the national peace. I do not
think tLere will lie any real opposition
inside or the Republican party to the
policy of the administration. The pms
cnt excitement is created entirely by the
eflorfs of the newspapers and will end in
nothing. As for Mr. .Maine's letter, there
isiioiumg in it to justify the inter-
ence mat lie wishes to oppose the ad
ministration. I might have written that
utter myseir, yet no one would accuc
me of opposing the policy of ths presi
dent. As for the report of a gathering
oi oenmor Cameron 8 to digest an odpo-
cuion iu nr. jiayes pOUCV, ttat Is all
nonsense, for I came on with tx-Presi-
aent Orant from Pittsburg to Harris
on rg. and I ai.i convinced lie has no po
litical object lu view, but rather pleasure
mm n cicuiiiiii m me mountains tor a
lew days, w lien conrress meets It w ill
be found that the Republican sencte
will in no mannnt r oppose the adminis
H. Stephens Endorses
lodiao Affairg Euprsmt Court Btcisiooi,
Washington, April 13. it U prb
bable that within a lew days the secre
tary of tlie treasury will issue the forty
sixth call lor tha redemption of two mil
lions ot 5-20 bonds.
ALEXANDER II. STEI I1E.N1
Kode out to-day, lor the first time in
seven mouths, sir. Stephens called at
the executive mansion and sent in his
card, regretting that he was too lame to
leave the carriage to personally Day his
respects to the President. The Presi
dent returned and answered that he
would see Stephens, and did so. when
Stephens salj he was glad to see the
President pursuing such a course as
would bring together tlie discordant
element of the country iu harmony, and
that all the president had to do was to
iK-rform bis duty lo produce that desira
ble result. The president in reply re
marked that it was his purpose, as well
as his duty, to pursue tho course ho
deemed best to serve the interest and
harmony ol a free country, thinking the
time had come when every igort should
be mado to that end. He expressed his
pleasure in making the aajuaiutaaoo of
Stephens, and that gentleman recipro
cated tho complimeut. Stephens also
called ou Speaker KunUall and Clerk Ad
anu, I'ACUAUIJ WILL VACAIE.
Ex-Governor Warmolli t. ii.rri.i.,.,i
that Packard will vacate the St. Louis
hotel directly alter the removal ol the
President Hayes has reeeivtd many
personal call, of congratulation on the
uceesi of his icace policy thus far, and
numerous letters and telegrams to the
same eflect from both Kepublicans and
lie-inocrats in all parts of the couutry.
The lied Cloud and Spotted Tail a"en
cies, which for somo time have beou in
charge of the military, will soon bo
turned over to the civil authorities.
The following supreme court decisions
were rendered yesterday:
First National bank vs. Whlrm.'inr r.
r.t? h"preine court of the district
la this case it Is held thr ih ! .
check which has uot been accepted by
the bank on which it Is drawn cannot
maintain an action against It. The bank's
payment to a stranger upon anunautbor-
1 . . . .... ..
mj auuon dj me real ow i
Barney vs. city of Keokuk, the hie
knk and Des Moines railway company el
error to tlie circuit court tor i
triet of Iowa.
The decision Is that the right ol i
riparian owner extends to the high watc
mark, but that between that and the lov
wat;r mark the thiols in the city, anf
that the. city had a right t widen anC
Improve to any extent by nUh'tf m t,a
low the high water and building w harves
and levees lor public use, and that tuo
title to lands so made remains In the cor
Illinois Central railroad vs. TnrreH
and four other cases ol appeals from the
circuit court lor the northern district of
Illinois. These were suits for the in
fringement of a patent tor the improve-
UK.... I.. n Al K GL'.1 LTO
ii in n vLMiimon nil"- '
nioek, used In welding up and reiorm
ing the ends of railroad rsils wheu thev
have become shattered from unequal
wear. In some ot them the infringement
la - 1 1... . - nl4rl.l lillt-
ia tiMiuu nnu iiiomeius nrc nmi ui
in others the judgments are reversed .
I no following are the orders minis
The judgment Is reversed in the Mich
iiran Southern nnd N'nrthrrn IJiatia vs.
In the Chicago and Alton vs. same : al
tinned. In theChiescro. Ciirlincton and O ilucy
vs. same; affirmed. Al in the esse ol
the Pittsburg, Port Wayne and Chicago
vs. same. Mr. Justice Strong delivered
me opinion : uisseiin s to lite csm
mate ol damages, .lustiees P.virne and
City of Memphis vs. Urown; error to
circuit court for district of Temessee:
Packard's Preparation to Ab
dicate the St. Louis Hotel.
Republic Members Taking Their Seats ia
mi fccgMia rrociamation oy
IHKllKiilBA liOKS ON.
Nkw Ohi KASsApril 23. The follow
ing IU publican members presented them
selves at th bar ot the house and were
sworn in: Keatingand Krowu of Caddo,
Oinkgravc of Madison. Hill of Ascension,
limy ..st. .Mary, ii.igloire of Avoylles,
Brown ot Jefferson. I hoinas of. Borsicr,
ami Oracien of Algiers.
1 ' I N K ( . 11 A V E S S L M I M K N T S .
llr. 1 ink crave, spcaUiuzot a number
of bis associates and himself, said: They
considered It their duty.to follow the ma
jority of their colleanucs, but not sur
render llicir principles, iney yielded to
tlie lorce ot circumstances and would co
operate in any measure lor tlie good of
A letter of resignation from Lucius
Ksrly, who was returned from West
Feliciana by the board, was read and re
There are ubent now from the house
bu: tour Republic m members and Irom
the senate three.
Cfov. Paekard remains in the state
.lndtrn 11 M Snnflnrd vn tinnitnufcil
to-day by the Democratic caucus for L'.
Senator. In an Interview yesterday
JuJpe Spoflbrd said: "The policy of
President Haves, ns outlined bv hl In
augural address, and bis official action
6idc he was declared President by con
stitutional authority, has. met my hearty
approbation, and so long as he stands
squarely up to that policy he will have
un uuiuoie fujij'oi i.
GOV. XICHOLLS' rROCLAMATION.
The morning papers will contain the
Executive Department, )
Htate or Louisiana. V
New Oklea.vs, April 21, IS". J
Uy direction ol the President ol the
Lulled States the troops now statioued in
the vicinity ot the St. Louis hotel nnd
elsewhere within t'i'i limits of this city
wid be removed to (heir Usual barracks
at 12 m. this day. The welfare of the
state 'Jetnands and my ollkial honor is
pledged tuat tne carrying out ot this or
der will result in no disturbance. Jn
lurinerauce tnereior i request and urge
the citizens ol Louisiana to pursue thtir
useal avocations and to abstain from con-
.i i . i i i . . i .
trregaunx iu iue iieigiioorno(u ol tlie St,
V-Signed; Fraxch T.XicnOLEs,
By the Governor.
Will A. Strono,
Secretary of State.
THE NEW DEPARTURE.
Tii Parly Movcm?... m.,.1 ii,...
It ! Kt-KHrdfU lu Hr.i,b.-iu-.--.
rvtnrf lliuiun lultrt ivwetl.
speclsl to Bt. Louis I'.epubli uo.
IVismvnTAV. Auril 1'! Ti. ....i.i:,..
... - - - - . r... ... - . I'llIilJC-
tion'.of the Interview ot fceen-tary Thomp-
, . . . - -hi- iw!jjjr-
able comment, especially among the JJe
publicans. The lladicals say his viewi
are the mcareit mooii-hine. sr,,i ti.
liberal n'rnitilieana fin. Vl-ri r.mtltr...-.
, . , J uuuuua
about indorsing them. The I Jeuwrata
of any prominence In the c ity do not
believe that the Whig party can be re-
iuiMijfiiuiu wnoie torce ol the
administration is used to ac-ompli-hgufh
a reult. It is generally !..!' -vr..t i..t
ThouiDson. wiili ti
tion of his iirianclal opinion. exDretd
BOCTRIMS llll.l, By 11JL ,-Rj.eiDENT.
Thorup-oii tomes from the softest ot
the BOit IilOlie i.rri-tu in ...,!
Is there on record as almost a rabid in-
,, , ' ,, ; wro'ithu platform ol the
lwepublicHii state convention, which was
quite soft in it tinunciai part. He says
however that he U willing to yield to
those who have siudied the question
more than liiiiis. i. v-ui . iua ih,iu
ject by saying -there j too much llnan
THE MAN OF MAINE.
B,lu' Puie ih. siv r !
i.5i,7rn; "tr,,,M "'"
fe l1 "" j!reJ the Can
ir, i?tt a t.'ilLnt,th,lt ' Preparcl
um l'10 infrduco resolutions it
dOUbt. If Mr 0', ' C,nreM "P1
i!nin if . Jr" 1Iayt election, and pro
tZ & rn Weratloa ot tho ques
i.m"iJ ni 10 C0UiUt oi the chief
I hMti "ai I '?! puliation for the story.
y.eutioruanot lunatio or an Idiot.
Lhnfi inot bo possible that
nbody is ass enough to believe it."
sJLtH'uM c"?a Uiit evening upon
be hterviewed, you know."
-,..rV yo? .nof .n Jpression ol opinion
SiSsfS" t0 the cL"2e In Louisiana T
sskcl the rsporter.
cuuirHineoi aoes not ij'ciiw -
acceptance of the check so as to author
'None; I hav nothing to say about
To the query whether the leaders of
the Jtepubllcaa party had iu contempla
tion any movement regarding the action
of President Hayes In withdrawing the
troops from Ioulsina, Blaine would
only say it was not fitting tor nlui to au
swer that question at this time.
S lat r Pntenl.
(List of patents ismiH to imrntors of IHInnli
for (be rk (11(111)8 Mr 1 ,lt77 ,nil rsoh datnl
April 17, 1ST7. Furuirlml th' p;i)rr ty t o A
Co solicitor of r"'s waelilngtoB.
B. Begnall, fluting Iron, Chicago; O.
Carrozl, attachment for key board te
musical Instruments, Chicago; 11.
Klwood, attaching cultivator shovel,
Sycamore; W. Evans, ticket-reel, Chl-
cago;C. Slarsh, harvest-reel Sycamore;
. V. Tohling, flower stand, wU ;
C. Pool, gate, Ottawa; . Smford,
tube velding furnace, Chicago; II.
Ttrolh armatures for electric magnets,
Edwsrdsviie; II. Will and C. I'eble, ve
loeirMe, Chicago ; C Wright, pan and
bas e, Chicago ; N. Chavrr, gate, Mon
mouth; A. Abbott, sleigh knees, Chi
cago; N. and J. names, sewing machine,
Rocklord; N. Bartles, oil can, Elgin; F.
Coddlngton and II. Kennedy, harvester
elevator, Tlano; O. Pougl9 nnd L.
Wemple, mower, Evanston, James
Prummond, marking plug to
bacco, Alton ; G. Oleason. sol
dering Iron heater. Chicago;
E. L. and E. A. Graves, rice huller,
Uatavla: B. Harper, molasses heater and
evaporator, Mt. Vemou; E. Kelttrand P.
Leickeni, tiate, Mt. Henry; J. .Mole,
damp, Batavla;'.F. Shultz, beer vent
attachment, Chicago; J. Spraker, table,
Hornier; G. Tinsley, gate, kanc.
Paducah News, 21st
We are informed that a woman, about
21 years ol age, the fourth wile of a man
named Williams, died last night at a
house near the Darracks,and it is thought
she died of starvation, as there was no
provisions in the house ol any kind. Her
husband, until lecently, ha3 been living
In the country about nine mile fmui the
city, and has been engaged here lately lu
fixing up gardens. The neighbors knew
nothing ol her having been sick until she
was dead. The husband says she died of
bilous fever that he summoned a phy
sician, but the physician did not attend
She leaves one child of her ow n and two
step-children, all in the greatest pov rty
d'uduruh Newn mi. mat 1
We learn that during the forepart of this
week a negro woman in Urooklyn, III.,
opposite our city, gave birth .to a child,
which she Killed. She 'says that her
father was the father of the child, and
tobi her it she did not kill It he would
kill her. The father was arrested and
lodged In the Metropolis jail, and as soon
as she is able to be moved she too w ill
Mark These Facts.
Th TesliiuoLV of Whole World.
'I l..lnoi(ptll; j liolliwy'B l iieTtBlw
t hearty one ''
'Vour Pills are raiirTcloia."
'I tend for anotht-r box, in J kctp tUm iu it"
Lr. Hollowaj- ,a$ cure4 mr headset, itkt
"I sure odc ot your Pills to my babe tor rtol
irn,..rbu Itt dear little ihinir ot wll iu a
day . ' '
nus f moro!n u now curert '
1 our box or Hulloway' Ointment cured me
O niment behind the ears. t i the nouha lilt."
faaiUy."1"" ' WuLt oue fur r
.1 "l nr'0, doI'''i Tour j.rir U 2" cent, but
the mwilclne to me i worth a dollar "
"!-end mellrc boxes nfoa. rim "
"L-t me have three boii-s of Tour uv r.
turn niail, for ( hiU and r ever ' '
1 hare over 2'Xi mch testimoniRls aithtee, lot
want of tpace con.ptl me to conclude.
For Cutaneous Disorders'
And all eruplion of the tk.o, ;ine ointment l
Uioit invaluable. It doea not l.i-ul exlema'ly
alone, hnt penetrates ith the c.Oht M.n.t.L
eHeeti to the very root of lb ev.l.
i til I 'i - ," j f i n I,m
Disorder of tho Kidneyi.
fn all dljMra.a mtlA.r. ..... . - w . .
trf accrete ton wui.r, or ... ,,,,, ',ff. r
Htieur they l lain u-rl with ,t,,, . ,,r
wub a-nt n I pain ettir ,r, t U,m r,Trri
ri-rori of the k-ii,e. tlna I'uli alrf.ri,l
ieo urswiiDK o tha prirfted e.,rr.'rtt tn4
Oiatment ahouM U well rul,ld iar, t r. m.l ,,1
tlie back at U-d Uti,. 11... tt.trr.i ...
For RtomacLa Out of Order-
K' ini-.lir.lno will ar. oflrtan. . .v.
Urne of the t.,m;n ea U. 1,.4, uJj rrrrt.
all ar.i'litr (0-i.nl iif.r t,y u.u,wtot,r mt
It V a hlthy iin..ui ar -lf,.ii
cioue in , of 1u im
.""f i1 '.'. " 1,'M " toa luetarol .rida.
liuf.lWAVn ril.tM .,. th. re. ,ft..,wft
Ih .world fc.r tha f.il',w,r.ie ,,, , Ak'm.
li . ' t..ia.i.u1 on the
Skin, JJowtJu. (.-jnnurnption, Jwbiiiiir, lr,',vr.
UyaeuUrnr. Kry.l,!.., rouble Jrr.uTli.
rever. of all kin-l., iu, l.-.m jfealiu-ha, Indi
Kention, IrilUmriuitUjn, Janr.fi, l.er Coiu-
1'iaiui'. i.uin!j(, -iio, Itlieiirnatiiini, Itoteo
ii.m oi urine. a-:rtula or H ug Ktll, ttoro
Ihroat, htone ami i.r. ' ii-ioiiloiir1x,
luinore, I liiera, Worm l ail kind, Wuluni
iivim tuf iiuje, vie.
Soli ar genuu.e unl.aa th eiicnalure of J
Ilaydotk, aa aKtat for the luil.l hutra. eur
round ta. h boa of I'ill., aud Ointment. A
handeom reward will I g .ei, u, any one rn
dt rinif iu:h intorination ae may It-ud to the
detection of any party or partiee coiinterleitliia;
the ineiiiciiiee or veuding the eaiue, knowinic
them lo he .purioua.
SoM at the uunutkotory of profeaior Hoi.
Lowair ft Co. . Mwlutk, aud by all resw-rMlile
dnuKieU and dealer iu nieaicW throuKhoul
the eivillied world, iu boat at z ecnle, ti
cents ana tl erh.
t)" Iher ia ooneldt-rUesafiuv by Ukiuir the
. Ii Uireciione for th fruidanca of putieuta
in every diaonb rare alUxed to each bo
Office, 11 a i iberty iew Yoik
DISPENSARY ( V.l
AJil . 1 " "."il.uj IIiom cili-aiu.enR
a-auko u,d . ,uff. A ifuTLI"".'"""" "
k . 6 " r .".T.,"'Ula U k--4-"- auj
PtiIk f wt''' TBtATH o. ell
r,...fiT 1" ,uriu ltiiwi. U,t.toum.Ml il.
tkb ll "L -,""' liwuaiJvlvure.UMUi
R llD,,i;iillAvlc! a.u.lud rviranlr DmuM,
li l!1.." 1.k teueih, teiiF.i,Uuieuni, llwN.iuia
t!;"'i;'l'e"aj'ke'iuiid.r ..Jto. I ei Alt
jure book, c jiiumn 4oO HH,'.iH,iytl,iui eune,
tuu.ii.f onuM.uk eant euriT .W r!
euipt U HQ eta. Additee, Or. Butte' Diepenler.
Koccommouded by 3ENERAL PLEASANTON
l or the cure of a law cla of DISKASli. Also neni 0r Stlmuhtir? VireUtion.
W e nve Id tock good eiipply. aod ran lui uNU lluhle to any ileeired ut
mensioD, aud at price that will not Jii.tlly ihcse in want In
ending to Olher iimrkil.
The Perfeotion of Light.
Family Safeguard Oil.
WAS AWAT.DKO TIIK-
lif the Juror and 'oiuiiilkinivr of the
Contennial International Exhibition.
A the Bret Uliimioatiup Ol', lorlt eitraorditar nierit. of .-'tety ar,d Urilhetc
KLAINK wa al-o awarJed a liold M dal at the I'ittehurgb IKxO'ltlon ; n J w .
a-iojited, after a thorough .-U-utiiir and lira. Ucl tet, by the
I'XITKU HTATK' UOVKRNMKNT I. S II Mlof'sK Htl'AU IMKNT,
Aad received a high coniiiiro btlcn (roin the lioavd of I 't,iteJ State 'teau.to.t It(f t.eo
tor, AVaahingtou, D. ('.
Ineiirauce Coiiijiauir rate I .AIM: the Mi.f a il.k.
KLA1NK U ud ou uiauy ol the Railroad. Street Car i. I MoUU'ol Hie countr
aud inaugurated eupcrior to nny ( Ihi-r oil in tho Uiaikt t.
(-.'an he used in acy lamp.
ORDERS FROM 1 lit TRAbK tOl.lClltU.
FIRE ! FIDE ! FIRE !
WATER! WATER! WATER!
furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoos
Trunks, Valises, Etc., Etc., Embracing the
Of Goods saved from the late fire by
Will be sold within noxt tbo Thirty Days at a
Come One Come all to 61 OHIO LEVEE.
PAIMT AU t'lLft.
B. F. Blako
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Vll Paper, Window Olui, wio
dow Bhadea, &o.
41wy oa Leu J, th c-lehratad illualnallB
Oor.r Blntatt BtreeW,4 W..bl8.
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Mound City Csnclil C:!!:?:
St. Louis, Mo.
rUOS. A. KICE, A. V. L. I. B.
a., aivi m. ai..
f. U. HUH WOOD,
FULL LIFE SCHOLInSHIP $81 00
i f "r ('oiiiMrl. Ikoiouith an t I'rartln
j -iV-L oouraa ol Hludjf in the I'muni U.u.a
j tourea luili.iM-ii.ibJ. to every youag uiau uu
..un vm .a. a.e vi 111.
I'M IlltTt CirtuW,
,....', A. Hlcr. A. U . V l B..