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OFTK'Ul. PAV7.lt OT Al.tA'ANDaK tOLNVV.
M.It. n.irill, F'.Utor.
Tni:ufc are fiAwn 0HiiIsi:t'. iu t'ue
(or the offlw of (u;erintmv.l.nt if Public
Instruction, in the Stittf of Kentucky; and,
nt the rii'lt of I Tin tf-M t" k':c fur nc.re
out of Kinhicky jxilitics, wi will . retairk
that, a) fnr a hea frum, all tlic caTulidntc.
can r?;i'1 and writ;'.
Thk pndinij &at Leiwecu "t!ie tutted
chieftain of the Republican party," Mr.
Conklintf. of "cw York, aud hh Eicid
lency, the President of the United States
ia, from a Democratic stand point, growing
mora interestin- wry day. Ithaa already
driTen the Preiident to the littleness of an
aiault uion Conklmg's deposed friends,
and Conkliag, in return, refen to the Presi
dent, in his public r er che as "that man
Htyc-j," "the so-called Prfjidenf," "the
man from Ohio;" I t;t never a ''President
of the United State." Meanwhile the
Democrat-i of the country are patting l t!i
the belligerents on th? back, aaJ j,iviug
aucli encouragement as disinterested lookers-on
may, with propriety bestow, in a
liht wlu-ro the result will be the ane,
whether the husband whips or whether
victory descends to the Imnuer.i ot t'.ie bear.
It is reported that the po.-totl?ce de
partment has ordered a new postage stamp
to be used on letters which are dropped in
to the otfiee unstamped. The custom here
tofore has been when such a letter was
posted it was held by the postmaster, who
wrote to tbe individual addreved that he
had the letter in the ofiice for him, which
would be forwarded upon payment of the
iwwtage. The proposed new stump, wo are
told, is to be put on tho letter not prepaid
and sent to the postnuster at tho oflice
of its destination, who is to be charged
with the amount due, and to collect the
same on the delivery of the letter. Another
new stamp is affixed to it when it passes for
delivery into the hands of the carrier, wlm
is hereby prevented from pocketinir the
money when collected, tor which he be
couiss responsible when he t-tkc chan'o of
The editor of the Chicigo Hentinel, is of
the opiniou that either Grant or Secretary
Sherman will bo the Rpublicaii nominee
for the Presidential dontetit of i 8S(. He
regards them, as clone observers of pawing
events must reganl them a rcprrsnntative
men of tbe Mor.ey Power, which both of
them have faithfully (served. If any man
living hrts de dl the. country an 1 its interests
more deadly blows than Orant and Slier-
mail, iKat uiun l ltllgli MeCUllOUgll, s
between Orant und Hliemin we argue with
- , the Sentimd that Grant i more particularly
desirable to those who watt a strong cen
tral govcrnmcnt-a military dictatorship.
Sherman is the particular pet of the Money
: Power, on account of his huperior ability n
a "syndicate financier" robber of tlm pe.o
plo. Grant wou'd kmK-k a victim'a Iraius
out with a club, while Sherman would cut
Ids heart out with the kein blade of a kuife.
' The thought of elUierV ever occupying the
jf' pretsidnitial chair, scuds a fhudder througli
ereiy patriotic In-art. Hut, by all means
let it tie one of litem. (Vive the peoplq an
oipertunity of rcpudiiiUug at lea one ot
As a people the Irish are Industrious mid
energetic. If their providence wero equal
to their industry they would 1e the most
thrifty of all the peop'.e of tho world. In
flew of tills generally accepted fact the
' apathy, indiflVrr-neo and lurk of Industry
tljt htive ehaiaeti'Tiiji'd th" people of vcr.
Ii in t-oilloii-i ol Ireland during the pNat
a-H-rihod t. tin; ui'.ity of food that was j
conHum-d. Thin si;l.;i ct vwit ilii:ii-al hy
Dr. I.ytn' I'lavftir .vi:iii ye urn in li'.s
WOi-k :lltitl'd "Tin: I''"! l Ma ill lWu-
tion t his I'-ful VVuik." Th-- hiinnony
uf nniiiicj! ! i tV reijuiriM luixml fixid, und th
luliits aud t!i.ir:u ti- of papulation mwt
d'.'fiid on tin' ui:nutT iu iiich thi mix
tun1 U lial'i:u:il!y made. The Irish peas
ant vim ran :'!;.' do hlw ivortli 7 or 8
shiliiut a wi on a jitttrto diet, could
cani L: j 1 ! or trt.'Wc vhu iVd. On
tin; dirt t" which ho w:is formerly accun
to;in:J. idl. nfs-i wu iftt ntii.n-s a physical
ii. ot--.it rather tiuti a nun! deiinqucney.
If tin' jiotatO had liivoill' tin: dlvt of Sfct
lat'.l. V. same detVets miy'it have cliarac-ti-nzfl
ti: Sfdtfh pea-ants, but. fortnnato
Iv fur them, t!iir ann stor h'-ok to oatmoal.
Wiur niutiw -.-nt our Alcoholic ex
K'.ce.ler.cy itit" Ir.-latid, is more tli:.n even
the tdiTY'.vd Vs.hir.gtin Capital is able to
r-xjiViin. It kt"vA? liim t') It stupid; but
tho most opaq'ie after-dinner brain would
b.ivt- si e.'i that 'l.e itttmpt to :ipturc the
I.-:.,!; voto of t!;e United St:ite by blarney
iti tl'.t ir re!:iti '.s at bom wa-ie-inipudeiit
a - it it;i,s i-isul'iDg. ilr.iet made no scen t
of his atSnituia wit'.i the meanest, lowest,
vilest bigotr tiust ailliets otir laud; and
that :r rMiiitir v! purpose-. His infamous
order i-ue l duriag t!:e war, in which he
"e-:gt):.:ed i wl., !e class of . ur best cili-.en.-
!.(.' Je'.v.".---a ihi'-ws jnd sw!ndb'r,
v;.s only eqiialltd by h.is sp-ech during his
9C(ond tern, h which b? give in hi a lhe
retxe to the rile clemsst out of which
wus Jerel. peJ Iw::(w-iithiuj;i-in, and that
l.adfcr it? Ici.Jcr the Rt. R..v. John P.
Ncwsm ot (.h'c-.t and ;t-sci.tch momory.
Grant '.-pt b's Itili'- to throw st th.' betels
of lri-l.tr.ea. a:. 1 had just euouh religion
to furnish l.itti '.'.l?'i ;M::i:ii:y when he
cursed tl.v.u. Ae. l yet he was demagogue
enough to sti '.i ;.- If.'un 1 and oner to
ki.s Pud.iy's i.'..:s, :'t any other part of his
person he u:gii' pn--nt. Cork stiubVid
hix; and our respect for Paddy from Cork
has gone up a hamirad per cent.
Wk hold with the San Francisco Chroni
cle that neither the Union nor the Central
Pacific railroad company cu-r betrayed the
possession of iUe public spirit one would
naturally expect trm organizations that
had used their h'tnJred of millions of the
poop'.e', mot. ..y. They owe the people
much, but, iosti-ad cf seekitig to return
much they are striving to get it all. If the
Government sh'ijld by act of Congress con
vert its loan iut') gifts the companies
would :iot rtt'j.ce r'lte-. on that account.
Tl.ey would do as they always have been
doing use their r.et ci-ruin-; in securing
i:ew lines of i:- to :ot;:el out aud com
plete a monopoly, whirl) places the whole
Pacific coast rtt ( ha f of the rrgioii between
tho Sierra Nevada i.n.l tlie Mississippi tit
their mercy. The Thurman net has tbe
approval of nine-tenths of the people. It
is bare justice to the Government. It i- a
fair warning that, if these corporation- fail
ia the futuro to kep their road.- in good
condition, they may and will be compelled
to do it by oth'T acts. Ami If they are
wise they will also be admonished that the
samo power which c.nn compel them to
create a sinking fund for the ultimate ex
tinguishment of their honest debts can also
enact laws that will prohibit extortionate
tarbT-i ot charges and unju-t lo-criminiitions
against persons and tdaees.
Skywuk Windom Ins a pl.m for getting
the negroes of the Smithout of the frying
pan into the fire, He doesn't call it by that
name; but that would be the inevitable re
sult of its operation. His heart yearns,
with great sympathy, for the bull-dozed
colored Republicans of the South, and to
relieve them from their constant danger
and terrible .stiiferings, he proposes to re
move them to some northern state where
they will be welcomed and protected. My
all means let them come north. Let them
convert Miivi.icu'.t-vtts into a Louisiana,
and they will then soon learn what Repub
lican sympathy amounts to. If they Imp
pen to have any money, let them bring that
along. The kind white politicul brethren
will take cure of it for them. It is true
that the Frccdmau's bank scoundrels stole
three or four millions of the poor, bull
dozed African's money; but as it is not
likely thut the colored people will ever ag
gregate u like sum again, it is equally un
likely thut we shall ever liuvo a repetition
of that infamy. Hence, tho colered people
must not infer that because certain white
Republicans Mole millions of dollars from
theni, all white Republicans ant necessarily
"shaky." It would he Hn unauthorized in
ference. We. know teorc of white Repub
Means ourselves into whose hands ihehluek
man could safely commit alimt huv am
ount of money that did not exceed ten
Tiiic Empress Kugmiia is elisp'osed to
class the Auierloun women as several de.
gross abovo the cannibals of the Sandwich
islands, but she Insisls that tf.elr habit
etuitirebng tlmlr lingers und wdats vuitU
1 it. "I!''1 nl",i,l.H.!!lL,"f U,IH'I,,!'.'
held for vhat it is. a custom, somewhat
elevated of course, that has been handed
down to us from barbarous ages and rac-s.
RetVrrinu to our rage tor wearing dia
monds, the royal lady i scarcely less severe.
"Who are the Americans?" she inquires.
"Their coinage docs not bear the shamrock,
nor the emblems of die cannibal islands
yet their women are dresied in diamonds."
As the "Rimidabout" of the Louisville
(.ourier-Jouriiid justly observes, the august
Luly is about right. Oitr'coins do not bear
tbe shamrock, and most of us who can ob
tain them dress in diamonds. American
women have an unenviable reputation for
decking them-elves in these Hashing gems,
regardless of the occasion or of good taste.
They are accused of aping royalty, but they
certainly do not follow royalty's example ia
tbe matter of wearing diamonds. When
the issue is royalty vs. dittn niN, it i ."ti
PHilly decidSd in the latter', favor. Some
body in San Kme-isco s-tys that he has
never seen at the court re-cptions it St.
Jaui.'s Paris. Rerlin. 'i . and other
European capita imythijiir iii"' the osten
tatious exhibition of diaiaom;. that m.r be
witnessed in San Francisco. The u-'.ui .i
uameiit of the late Princess Al'ee v a
simple flower, and th.i Kinpres.- of Austria's
only adornment as she rides in the park is
a white ro e. Atiioti the German aristoc
racy a display of jewelry is ordinarily con
sidered odd. In this country, however, it
is a marked fact that, whether the ;im s be
flush or flat, the sale of diamonds n-v.r de
creases. THK XKliliASKA HORROR.
The recent investigation of the tin eking
crime committed by a Nebraska mob -the
burning alive of two human beingshas
brought out facts that w-tc not previously
known. The victims were not horse thieves.
The origin of the horrible offjir ws- a quar
rel between the (s'cupnnts of two neighbor
ing ranches. A fight ensued in which thj
fluid victims. Mitchell and Ketchutn, killed
their neightjoriug ranchman, whose name
wasOlivcr. The Sheriff of the county ar
rested the two homicides, who bad fled to
an adjoining county. When the facts at
tending the killing ol'Oiivcrbecanu kuown
it was seen at once that no court in Christ
endom would convict the prisoners, as from
tirt to last, they had noted in self defense.
This information reaching Oliver's brother,
he offered a reward of one thousand dollars
for the return of the prisoners to the county
l'mm which they lmd fled.
The Sheriff accepted this offer, a ad in
c.oiapany with the brother, (the intended
victims being securely bound.) he started,
ostensibly for a point known m Plum
creek. Before starting the brother pro
vided himself with u can of coal oil. Fi' im
this point there is a gap in the evidence.
that will scarcely ever le filled, iinle-s the
story i told by one of the human monsters
who participated in the crime. On the day
following the departure for Plum creek,
the horribly mutilated, charred and dis
figured bodies of Mitchell and Ketchutn
were futind, lashed to the tree where, with
a fiendishness that would horrify the most
blood-thirsty fiend of hell, they bad been
tortured until death mercifully relieved
them. The coal oil hail been poured upon
the victims' bodies, which had lirst been
slashed and cut with knives, and then the oil
was ignited. lint, we turn from the
mere thought of the devilish orgies that
followed, sickened and appalled. The chief
actor, Oliver's brother, is under arrest; but
the Sheriff, the monster who delivered the
men over to such a fate, bound ami help
less, and w ho, for aught that is known to
the contrary, participated in the crime, has
lied tbe country.
We do not know what steps have been
taken to secure his arrest; but the curth
should have no biding place so remote or
so secure as to shield the incarnate devil
from the penally of his shocking and heart
less crime. The Governor of Nebraska
owes it to his own good name und to the
reputation of the commonwealth of which
he is the head, to effect the arrest of the
fugitive devil, though the cost of the arrest
drain bis treasury to the last farthing.
THE INFLl'LNCKS AT WORK.
Itc.tinmil be disguised that powerful in
fliienccH are at work to phice General Grant
on the track for n third term of service in
the White House; ami no single individual
is doing half us much to bring about that
result as Senator Conkling, of New York.
A Washington correspondent of the New
York Sun snys that It Is quite nnturul that
Senator Conkling should bo one of the
main props of the movement to nmko
Grant the caiidhlnte for a third term, if he
himself should not bn In n condition to ex
pect a nomination at the bands of the eon.
ventlon next year, ns now neeitis quite prob
nble. Tim relations between them were ,,f
the closest conlldeiiee and of the most ror
dial frieaiiUhlp, yspeclally during the see.
oiiel term of (Inmtism, wble-li far exceeded
of In ciioriiiltiea those of the first.
No inin iu it nut of the cab'ti. t. i,Hi
! n-r to Uiu tim,uMliecl trust e. ()
down the honored traditions which the
fatho-s established iu an absolute limit of
two terms, and which no Pirndent from
Wasliugton to Grant ever souht to .
If personal considerations alone were to
be onsulted in connection with a great
pul de responsibility, Mr. Conkling's devo
tion M Grant's ambition might lie justified.
Hut Ids third term proposition carries with
it fh purpose of a restoration of Grantism,
a retirn to the past, and a revival of all
the Utigs and corrupt influences by which
the ctuntry was disgraced mid the Treasury
was nbbed of hundreds of millions. Secor
Kobesui, Landaulet Williams, Ro.-s Shep
herd, Relktinp. l'abeock, Zach Chandlrr,
the w'lole tribe of ejected carpt't-bag'er-i,
the "silid South" of Republic-!!) jobbers
ami rotten oilict holder-., and the ile-p irute
spicul:toi-s and sclmnuirs ia annexation
and w.r, e ro'.vds of thieving cotitrectors,
Indian agent- who stole annuities aud sup
plies, :ind that vat multitude of I, ;s-oi
who prow! about the p'.iMic depirtm 'tits
s-cking provider, are all lo'iil f r Gn:n.
Job:! A. Logan is now th" S: nat r
tVi.tii mile!-. on tl. pi.ufi.-iu
of a third tetm. backed by tin old
iutl'.'.cnei s so obnoxious to honest i ven
ment: but so -strong in upholding Grmtism.
This i th. ort ot e'ornpany in which a
i-enator from the '.rent -'ate ef New Y rk
ought not to be fo'ttid and thi- is t:ot the
business in which .he e iiLtht t be eraed.
A third term of the very best j resident
would lie a most ihuieruus preeed -nt toiu
augunite, but a third term of Orar.tism,
with nil its gros.-r.c.vi. venality, und l'.agr.int
violations of hw, would p'.unge th't co '.ntry
into a condition of chaos from wliieh r"cov
ery would be eliSii-nlt.
A DxNfit.r.ui s Toiu'on.Torpor or itiac'
tivity of the kidneys is seriously dangerous
to those organs, since it is the precedent of
di-eascs whic h destroy their substances and
endanger life. This sluggishness may be
overcome by stimulating them, not excess
ively, but moderately, an effect produced
by Ifostetter'3 Stomach Bitters, a general
invigorant and alterative, possessing eliu
retic properties of no common order. The
impetus which this admirable medicine
gives to their evacuative function counter
acts any tendcucy to congestion which mav
exist in their tissues, Roth they aud their
associate organ, the bladder, are invigora
ted as well as gently stimulated by the
Hitters, which exerts a kindred influer.ee
upon the stomach, liver and bowels, and by
strengthening the system, enables it to
withstand malarial epidemics, to which
wheu exposed it miirht otherwise succumb
Yor Mivr Ci iu. tiht ( 'on. n. --With
Shil-h' Consumption Cure you can cere
yourself. It ha- e-jtah!isbed ther tact that
Consumption can be cured, while for Coughs
Bronchitis, Whooping Cough, Asthma. ind
all disease; of Throat and Lungs, it , a))M).
luted y without an equal, Twodofs will re
liiive your child of Croup, it is pleo-saat to
take and perfectly harmless to the youutrest
chiid. and no mother can efford to be with
out it. You can u-e two thirds of a 1-ottle
and if what we say is not true we will re
fund the price paid. Price 10 ots. "Oots.
and $1.00 per bottle. If your Tilings are
sore or chest or back htineuse-Sliiloh's 1'or
oiu Plaster. Sold by Rarchy Rrothers.
Have you Dyspepsia, arc you Constipa
ted, have you a Yellow skin, Loss of Appe
tite, Head Ache, if so don't fail to use Shi
luh's System Vitjlizer. It guaranteed to
relieve you, ami will you continue to sutler
when you can be cured on such terms as
these, J 'rice 10 cent-:, and " cents. Sold by
Wki.i.'s IVrsiau Perfume ''Hackinetatk"
is rich and fragrant try it. Sold by Rarclay
Qi ki: v. Why will men smoke common
tobacco when they can buy Marburg Rro's
"Seal of North Carolina" at the same price'.
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U the prini ijui uf Hie di-jni ttitsli
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HCl'hiMrei ami roarril wouu-a ami J.qniii
tuoaey n I aooae el-Me-in draw it.
WALTER IIY3LOP. TaRAWHtM.
MOOT AND .sHOB KVM.
POUT AND SHOK MAKKH
C .IlllOl'' ill A .(Mlllf, in-
uri a ad is -inia us
'1' UX.s -iiMHiire In anaonniiin i to liin in:r'irs s,i,j
1 'k" piililic ceiierttll thtt le- hid r-"feiril tin" I
in -st un i moit se-lert sOM-k oi Lfata'-rn uf m-n
i-rlnM'iii iver hmui'li'' t"4'.his eltv. 11 work in
li;s ':j.) ej.iit ,-d roinit!y u I in the bt n.Liier.
hLti-- :tt'la'riou jlfa i.i every Uisliai". rrxi
m s iit 'i-J t'mm,
J At OR VALTK't,
Dealer iti Lresh Meat.
Hetwivn W J 4li i ii i ta ftnil f Vim-)usii-i:.il
A v., :i loiluinn Ilunuyis.
KEKr-j, tor Hnlpthe l.c it n..'f, I'ork. Muilnn. Veal,
lait), Sija(, Ac , and in prepared to cervi-fiiiiiilit-H
in an axvlitsliti! insijn.'r.
PAINTS, OILS, WALL PAPER. KTC
, F. BLAKK,
I 'i i nts, ( )i lV.un islies, IJruslies
Window (ilafisj, Window Shaili'S, F.tc.
Alaays m haul tim Cf'ebrut.'il ni l wisatixu
A. uropa Oil.
Kmss' liiHWint!, Com
The Cairn Box ami Basket Co.
Flooring. SUlin. I.ath, Etc
At tin er,- !osei ratim.
lUvlntr a Kfvy sf,)(.; 0f i)lJfS ou jfntul,
V in. j r,.ir.ft Io
SAW.OI.T s-.,;c:AL OlM)KI
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J Kb'F. i;lakk,
Pmu-jtivr I'ii('i' Hiini;er
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::. I I.TV M. UK HI
1 1 :t X 1 1 1 ,'tntl Kiil.-ioiiiiniii,''.
I,ei- lir.l'it it. limb. . (,r Talker'- l!ui' Store
WAH HKs. JLWUKY, Y.V.
Wjitrhniakor A' Jeweler
n 1 LiGRTii ti:li;t,
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UNl' V HIM'IIK A M'KI'IAI.'I V.
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Sell 1 .. Ilivl - I., .,(.. I
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KL0la. (-K.U.V AMI HAY
Highest ('.vh Price Paid for W heat.
WHOLtsAT.K M I,Py oks
Stockflktii A: u(m
3 ioe VI or lo f. K. Stxk.1ih.
J:npot t-.TH rtii't AVliolnli dculpcn in
Foreign and Dotiientie
IJgUOKsS AND WINKS,
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)iri. d l'g'l. hiK-rv, M-dara W!aa a.-i l I b. u
No. (J-Oliio Levee, Cairo, III.
JSMYTH iV: CO..
WVie ntv urd R:ta!l U.'.rra ia
K(:i'i2;n;m'l Domestic Liqtion
Wines of all Kinds,
Nl. 00 01110 LEVEE.
MfCSS'ts SMYTH A (). hare, teaman?:? U?nt
s'.ick uf th-! Iii-nt j:oh1i In th iiinrket und i;,vs
r--...i-Ml a'LiMitiiiti to the nbuleaali' brain a nt 1 1
PP.DPHIKTOR OK SPROAT'S PATENT
Wliolesalo Deri lor in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOADORTON, WEL'i
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Cur Loads a Specialty.
o F i o K :
Cor. Twelfth Street anil Levee,
M KMC AL. '
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la an a'-moliite and Irrcelstablc care fur
ramiM. Iiilnn iHTiuici' und the use of Onliiin, To
hair.o, NarrntiiH mill StlinillsiilH, removing nil
tuKt.li, cliii'iru nun niiiiii en ileum any or iiicim.
rundnrlim the tiiHle or denlre lor tlit'tn ni,rt'e"tti
odious aud dlinjuelniu. (ilvlnirevi'rynui' (ii'ilwi
ana irrieimiiini,. I'uninu hi nir puim ii-i.i iu iih-iii
Hrlveniind Cietr IVIenil",
It pi vvoiilri that utiKiilulii iliy-li'lciil mill mural
pruslrutioii Unit fiillnwH Hie hiiiIiIi'H lireHkiiiK oil
rrnm l;lii sllinuiatiiaorniiri'iiiiea.
l'ai'kiie.e. uretinld, In cure I In tv ikichoiim, i
or at vnnr Driimrlei-". Sl.l.i, Ti'mjieriinci' hiiiI
rhari'nulu Kiivlelles i-lion HI line ll,
II Ik hurmU'Mi unit never fiilllin:,
HOP HITTKIIS MPII. CO., Sole Au'i'iits,
The lln Couirh Cure.
Du ifeys nil enii '
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