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NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TICKET
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THOMAS A. lir!inRIIkf),
Wlile much ny be a.ecompllsueu by
th e metbods, It might encourage delusive
ep?cttions If I withhold here the xpi ca
rton of hit codvI tlon that no reform of the
civil rl:e In thl ounlry will be com
plete and permanent until it chief magis
trate I conatl'.uttonally tlbquolifieJ tor re
elf ctiont experience having repeatsdly
exposed tne futility of elf-impoed restric
tion! by candidates or incumbents.
Through thU a..lemmty only can be be ef
fectually delivered from h!s great jt trmpia
tion to m mice the poer and patronage
with wbici the Executive necessarily
charged. From Samuel J. Tilden's letter
The nobler motive of buiuauity concur
with the material interests of nil in requir
ing that every obstacle be removed to a
complete and durable reconciliation be
tween klndrad populations once unnatur
ally estranged, on the basis recognized by
the St. Louis platform, of the "constitution
f the United States, with its amendment
universally accepted as a final settlement
of the controversies which engendered civil
war." But, in aid of a result so benctictent,
t be moral influence of every good citizen, as
well as every governmental authority,
ought to be exerted, not alone to maintain
their just equality before the law, but like
wise to establish a cor Hal fraternity and
good will among cit'zens, whatever there
race or color, who are now united in the
one destiny of a tcommon Mlf-goveromeut.
If the duty shall be asMgned to me, I should
not fil to exercise Uie powers with which
the laws and ttie constitution of our coun
try clothe its chief magistrate, to protect all
its citizens, whatever their former condi
tion, in every political and personal right
from Samuel J. Tilden's letter of accep
tance. The parish of Morehouse, IxmiFiana,
lias six Democratic Clubs which claim a
membership ot S40, viz. 433 whites and
405 colored men. Grant issued his bayo
net order none too soon. Wherever the
colored race have enjoyed the blessings
of Democratic government, nothing l-'s
persuasive than the bayonet w ill keep
them out of the Democratic party.
It is more than surmised thai Col. Robt.
G. Ingersoll has a longing eye constantly
fixed on the senatorial stogies of lion.
John A. Lsgan. Just at this time Col.
Bob ii in Maiue, proclaiming that "theie
is no God and Rutherlord B. Hayes is his
prophet." Hayes forms the head ot the
same ticket that this same Col. Bob de
clared would ''stink in the nostrils ot
honest people, worse than a rotten mack
erel." Ex-Sr-EAKEB Blaine is putting all the
bitterness of his not over-amiable soul
Into his campaign ppeech.es. His tongue
is envenomed, and iu such palpable slan
ders and absurd theories does he indulge
that the Augusta Sentinel, a friendly pa
per, excuses him on the ground that his
illness deprived him ol uiueh of that ac
cuteness and common sense to which he
owed his lormer power in the political
arena. Upon no other hypothesis can
his political desperation be explained.
Congressman- Kassox, whom the
Chicago Tinut denounces as a rogue,
who was declared by an Iowa court to be
uninjured in character because of a pub
lished charge of bribery recently de
nounced Governor Tildcn as a secession
ist. Jn a word "whose truth scarcely
Justified its utterance," Congressman
Cox told Mr. Kasson he "lied." The
reason w hy the remark lacked justifica
tion (as assigned by the Timti) is that
Kasson knew, himself, he lied.
At least one of Col. Wiley's colored
bupporters, in ibis city, is not willing to
concede that the Colonel is either a
statesman or an orator. On Wednesday
Ust, while certain gentlemen were Im
ploring the Colonel to "mount the ros
trum uud discuss the issues," this irrev
erent colored citizen blurted out: lit
discuss! Why the old dunderhead
cau't discuss nothin." And the result
of the Colonel's effort confirmed the col
ored chap in his unfavorable opinion.
Tax presentment of the Hamburg,
South Carolina, grand jury, at the head
of which jury Is a negro indicted for bur
glary, gives us a pretty fair indication of
the manner In which the people of that
wretched state are governed. Among
the eighty-four person indicted for com
plicity in the Hamburg riot, two men
have lived in California tour years ; one
man has been dead six years, and sixty
live others have turniehed unlmpeacha
Liu testimony that, on the day of the
riot they were not in Hamburg at all.
The re-appolntment ot Clapp to the
position ot public printer U only one of
the many thousand outrages that have
rendered the Grant administration a
stench in the nostrils of honest men, and
a disgrace to the country. Apiearing
before the house committee, Clapp
openly contested that he had stoles
money and materials entrusted to him ;
and upon the strength of this admission
the house banded him oyer to the senate
lor punishment and dismissal. The
senate had so familiarized itself with
cases of theft, however, that they saw no
turpitude In the conduct ot Clapp, and
refuted to take any action In the prem
1. But not so the president. Clapp
was the very dud be wanted. He could
- steal to the advantage of the party, dur
ing tU recess of congress, and straight
way U president nominated him as
public printer." The senate confirmed
1dm, aod the oi thki Is la his place
ftraiRsr.R ron wr.PTfc rer.
The September number of Scribw con
tains three complete old-fashioned stories,
Viz: "The Ghostly Kental." by Hrnry
James, jr.; "The Voyage of the Amer
ica," .1 dialect story of a shipwreck (Willi
the doubtful iaticination ot being true),
by Ellzalwth Stuart Phelps ; and "Prin
cess Use," n charming fairy story from
the German, lth dainty illustrations by
Fredericks. Other illustrated papers
are: the third installment of Col. War
ing 's account ot his picturesque boat
ride down the Mosel. railed the "Uri.le
of the Rhine," and this month dealing
with the vineyards and folk-life of this
little-visited region; a paper on "In
sanity," by Charles D. Robinson, with
some curious illustrations of the brain
during the progress of the tunlatly ;
Prof. William North Rice's paper on
"Wcsleyan University;" "Something
about Birds," by Ernest Ingersoll ; and
the second Installment of Fanny Hodg
son Burnnett's promising serial story of
mining life, "That Lass o' I.owries',"
which succeeds Mr. Harte's "Gabriel
Donald G. Mitchell writes of the pic
turesque aspects of the Fair; and Dr.
Blauvelt has a discussion of "Protestant
Vaticanism." "Calilornia Housekeepers
and Chinese Servants" gives the results
of the experience of the author, Mrs.
Sarah E. Henshaw and that of many
others, in the employment of "China
boys." This paper will be followed by
one In October from another hand which
will deal with another phase of this
In "Topics of the Time Dr. Holland
gives information of the "Harvard Exam
inations tor Women," and has a good
word for "Village Improvement Socie
ties; "The Old Cabinet" discusses "The
Literary Feller and the Politician," and
quotes from the "Quarterly's" review of
Tennyson's volume ot 1S33; "Home and
Society" has "Practical Hint. about the
Exhibition," Mr. Q.iinn's "Rural
Topics," dealing with September work on
the farm, some more "Paris Fashions,"
and a talk about "Girls' Names." The
other departments are well kept up,
"Bric-a-Brac" being especially enter
taining this month.
The September number of Lippin
cott's Magazine opens with tne ninth ar
ticle of the illustrated series entitled
"The Century ; its Fruits and its Festi
val," treating ably of the exhibits in
machinery hall. It will be found one of
the most instructive and iuteresting ot
the series. In the illustrated sketch of
Lapland," the writer presents a realis
tic picture of the life ot the Lapps, their
industries and mode of trading, with
some note on the ihenomona of
the seasons in their wild region. "On
a House top in Capri," by Robert
McLeod, is a graphic description of the
manr picturesque and beautiful points of
interest that can be seen in and from thit
romantic island. "The Queen of Spades,"
from the Russian ot Pushkin, Is a story
of deep interest, founded on an cpi.-ode
iu connection with the gaming tables ot
St Petersburg. The second installment
of "Love in Idleness," by Ellen W. Ol-
ney, more than fulfills the promise of the
commencement. It is a charming serial.
with strongly-drawn characters and clever
situations. The third paper of Rob
ert Wilson's "Eastern Shore of Mary
land" is chiefly devoted to an account ot
the land industries of that peninsula.
Poetry is well represented by "The
Cricket's Mission," a poem ol seven
smoothlr written and muIcal verses, bv
Mary B. Dodge, and "To , w itha
Rose," a composition of considerable
merit, by Sidney Lanier. The continu
atiou of Lady Barker's interesting letters'
and the concluding chapters on "George
Sand," by R. Davey, with the uual
"Monthly Goip." and "Literature of
the Day," make up a very bright num
ber of LippincotCt Magazine.
MT. HlCHOsYAII ron scpri.wiit.it
Has, among Its most interesting articles,
a delightful little story by Eliza Wood,
called "The Land of the Grigs;" a good
common sense "Talk with Girls," by
Olive Thorne on a "Taste for Heading;"
and a very funny poem by Laura H.
Richards, entitled "John Bottlejohn."
"How the Children Cruised iu the
Water-Witch." by E. W. Gluey; "The
Kaces at Shark Bay," by Kebccca Hard
ing Davis, and "Rosy" by Mary E. B.
Branch, are all admirable stories. "A
Children's Tarty" contains some prac
tical hints on a very good w ay to be le
nevolent; and the number abounds iu
poem, of which Bessie Hiirs "My Ship
on the Ocean" and Carrie W. Thomp
son's "Two of Them," an- very
sweet and dainty bits of
Verse. I hen, too, there are sev
eral excellent pictures scattered throu"h
the pages, such a "A September Kven
ing," and "By the Brookslde," and the
verycomlcol sketches of "Little Johnny
and the Mosquito" and "Whitewashing
The article on -Our Colonial Coins,"
with its thirty illustration and the
amusing poem of "The Bueknkiu
Breeches," have a Centennial Intercut ;
while Mr. Gliphant's admirable paper on
"Windsor Castle," and the sketch of the
brave Florentine "Ftrrucci," convinces
us that some interesting events did
really happen before the 4th of Julv,
The generous installment ot Mr.
Brook's "Boy Emigrants" is full of dra
matic incident and brightened by three
excellent engravings, and the depart
ments are as lively as ever, the "Letter
Box" being unusually large.
Gen. Haves' palms are not ol the
cleanest. A private ot 13th West Vir
ginia infantry, which icgiiucut was con
nected wun Hayes' command, was exe
cuted lor desertion. Immediatly before
the execution he delivered into the hands
ol Rev. W. W, Starjier, the chaplain, his
watch and four hundred dollars iu money,
wrlth the request that they be lorwarded
to his mother. Mr. Starper had these
effects lu hi hand but lew Lours, when
he w as summoned before General Hayes.
The General demanded and received the
money, remarking at the time, that the
execution had cost him a soldier, and it
was his duly to use the $400 in the pur
chase of nnother. And that was the last
ever heard ol the $100. Albert Med a wen,
mayor ot Pomeroy, Ohio ; General W
R. Brown, who was colonel of the regi
ment to which the soldier belonged,
and the Rev. Mr. Starper, were cognizant
of the facts, and are ready at any time to
make affidavit to the truth n above
stated. Rathcra small affair; but Haves
Is a small roan.
A PRKi.iMtSARV examination ol fifty
five of the Hamburg jlntcrs n as held be
fore Judge Maher, on Tuesday Inst, w hen
the counsel for the accused submitted the
nflltlaviti of one hundred nnJ thirty-five
prominent nnd substantial citizens, all ot
them agreeing upon the one fact that the
shooting was commenced by the negroes
from the building where they were bar
ricaded, and that not a tingle shot was
fired by the whites, until a w hite man
named Merriweather, was shot through
the head nnd killed. it was further
proven that a cannon and ammunition
had been secured by the negroes, several
days before the collision, and stored away
in their armory, avowedly for use in a
contemplated conflict with the whites.
After devoting a day to the examination.
Judge Maher held the accused l;i a bond
of $1,000 each to answer such charge as
might be preferred against thctn by the
grand jury. The bonds was promptly
filled, and the prisoners discharged. It
was undeniably established that don.
Butler, whose name was intimately as
sociated with the trouble, was not In
Ifanaburg. and could not there ion, have
bet u a participator In the troubles.
The perfeet quiet and gxd feeling
that have prevailed in Mississippi s;nce
the state passed into Democratic hands,
has served to convince the more intelli
gent portion of the negro tU-uient that
their individual as wll As the geueral
interests will be best protected and main
tained through the continued assenJancy
of the Democratic party. This convic
tion has brought about the formation ot
large Tilden and Ueudricks clubs in
nearly evt ry county in the state. In Ox
ford the eolored LV-tnocratic clab num
bers tw o hundred and forty-one members;
the club in Jackson is over two hundred
strong: and the CI trim of that city says
that before the day of the election, no
less than twenty-five thousand Missis
sippi negroes will be banded together in
Democratic clubs. This is a hopeful
sign ; ana gives atmnuunt assurance
that, unUss these negroes are driven by
force and violence from their party fealty,
Tilden and Hendricks' majority iu that
state. Mr ill not fall short of forty thousand
Altholoh, it has betn show n by un
impeachable testimony that Governor
Tilden was, during the war, in hearty
sympathy with cause of the union, the
Radical newspapers ot the country re
produce the "peace plank" of the Mo
Clellan platform, and unblushingly in
sist that he was the author ot it. To
deny this, and to prove that Tilden
steadily and almost violently opposed
the adoption of this resolution, would
not convince a single Republican editor,
in the country, against his will. The
men who published Greeley the oldest,
bravest and most persistent of abolition
i.ts us an enemy of the black man, and
the representative of a party that sought
there-enslavement of the frtf dnien such
men can never be moved by cither force
of tacts or considerations of justice, to
speak the truth concerning Tilden.
Theirs Is a style ot warfare iu which
truth is not a weapon.
Since the close of the war the geucral
government has exacted taxes from the
people that furnish the Immense aggre.
gate of $1,500,000,000; and it to this sum
we add the state, county and municipal
taxes, we have the enormous total ol
$7,500,000,000. Of the firt named
amount less than $500,000,000 have been
applied to the extinction ol the public
debt! Where has the balance gone?
What have we to show for the four bil
lions ot dollars that were paid over by
our people into the hands of the Repub
lican authorities ? Distress, commercial
pro-tration, want and poverty, form the
return a condition of affairs deplorable
and ul inning iu the extreme. Do the
jx-ople propose to give a further lease of
power to the party that levied these bil
lions, and gave absolute suffering in re
turn'? The ballots in November next
w ill give voice to a thundering "NO !'
Tut. Republican pajers of the country
are extolling Attorney-General Taft to
the frkies. "With equal hand, Impar
tially he gives to the successful and unsuc
cessful. To Henderson, for convicting
the St. Louis thieves, he gave $10,000,
and to Broailhead he also gave $10,000
for prosecuting Babcock." When it is
understood that not one dollar of this
money came out of the pocket of the
"whole-souled Taft" that every dollar
belonged to the people, the public will
be enabled to estimate, at Its worth, the
"equal-handed Impartiality" ot this
wnoie-souieu itadical official. It U a
species of generosity to which all of them
ALL IS OVER.
Ielb of Npeaker Kerr Tbc Newa Ml
WaaltinKlvu-TIi Steiowlua hcitS Itt
Sttw Albany ou Monday.
Washington, Aug. 19. A dUpatch
was received to-night by Mrs.l'ope, wile
of Speaker Kerr's physician, anuouueiug
the death of Mr, Kerr at Knckbridge
Alum springs this evening at 7: JO o clock.
The announcement of the death ot Mr.
Kerr, though anticipated, occasions gen
eral sorrow among all classes of this com
munity. Col. Adams, clerk cf the house
ou receiving the intelligence prooecded
to an undertakers and ordered casket to
be sent to Kockbrldge, Alum springs, in
which to place the semalns. The casket
will be sent to-morrow uiorulng in charge
of several otlicera of the houe, and pro
bably two or three mcmWrs of the housn
will accompany the remain from the
springs to the speaker's late home at
New Albany, Indiana.
New York. Aug. 20 Tho following
has been received by the WarM:
Uockbridok, Alum Shrinus, W. V.,
Our friend Mr. Kerr died nbnut 7
o'clock this evening. I have been by his
side lor two days. His last hours were
painless, as lie hail so much desired they
His composure was as remarableas wan
heroic; he was thoroughly content nnd
prepared for the uiiM-cn world ; he was
conscious and intelligent, gentle and
and brave to the end.
His disense wa consumption of the
bowel, but toward the list his lungs
were Involved ; he has been for days
past. In fact, a di-enibodii-d intellect, a
mere skeleton. Kvervthing possible to
be done at this remote spot to soften the
blow to Ills famiv by throwing the ten
derest care around his dying bed has
been done, and the last ofllees w ill be
performed w it'i all the thoiightfullncss
that they could nsk. We have 'cut to
the officers of th house at Washington
for an escort. ili body will be taken to
New Albany on Monday. S. S. Cox.
M. J. HOWLEY,
Ed I:'.;'.: ::i fa Ajssi.
Office in Brass' Building.
I leler I')-1 riuissi..n t, A. H. afford, ( h
ier I'itv National Hunk, and li.m. I
lYe-ident Alexander '.mnir Hank.
A'IK. til if
SIXTH STREET, Between OHIO
LEVEE AND COMMERCIAL
af&nufactures hi own Horse She- and
can Assure Good Work.
, PATRONAGE SOLICITED
nut on DUM KH.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Vf bo: in i K. Ixr in
For eign and Domestio
WIAKS OF ALL. KII)S,
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
MfciSSB?. $MYTH A CO. bare eoi.UntlT
Urce stock ot Ui bt pool- Uh- mar
ket, and give especial attention to I he Htiolunl
ranWi ol tne bluing,
Dealer in Fresh Meats
Betweon Waahlnrton nd Commercial
Avenuea, adjoining Hanny's.
TiKKPS for Ml the teat Iif, fork, Mution
J rul. Lonib. faiuiazt--. Ac auu u Lr
pntmt U (rre lrfiilip in an v-i.tWf n.' irr
ILLS. NORMAL HI YE RSITV
Wonnal. Mrl.ean, '.. Ilia.,
t or the preparation of t-a lirri RxelunTt-ly
Professional ini-lnu Hon firtns who are rv
parrd lor . Tuition free. Next terra hiving
Beptniier un, is.o. siertfr aralernic lnstrur
tion at low rain, in the Model depart men t.
Adapted to any crude, from the yonngfot iipiin
iu uioc umiiK tor me ue.i cuiiee. ehfi io,-
caUUiirue, or HddreH,
IIAV1.N C. IIEWKIT. Prei't.
Aiii- 4-diwlm .Norii.al, Hi
MT. CARBON(Big Muddy)
Orders for Coal bT the car-load
t,on, or in hogsheads, for shipment
sromptiy attended to.
t&To large consumers and all
nanufactumra. ura are prepared
U supply any Quantity, by the
nonth or year, at uniform rates.
CAIB0 CITT COAX COMPANY.
ryiUlliday tiro's offica, No. 70 Ohio Levee
I J-llikiri.Uy lira ' wharf boat,
t -At kirYi.ti.n Mill, or
tf"Al ihi! Coal Uiuup, footef Tmitv-Eiglitb
Vf l'o' firtW Drawer. o.
Junction of Broadway, 7th Avenue and
NEW YORK CITY,
Three lilocks wet ot Grand Central Depot
iinar the Elevated lUtlroad, and hut tweu
ty minutfii frnm wall street. All modern
iinnrovemenu. Ktes Ier dny. Lib
eral terum tofjimilie-.
. , CBAS. E. UBLAND. Proprietor
Of Ielto llou.e, Aloaoy, N. ., uu
Clarendon Hotel, SarstoK. 7-7-d tiii.
JAMES P. SMITH, it CO.,
7 lit Inill..- a . I'll I pair ib 111.
Ire for ule by the car load, packed in good
roHIV YEa-US BEFORE THE FTHLIO.
DR. C MVLANE'S
OF. I. Hi RATED
ton IHi: C (- K up
lfei'.'itit or J.ivtr Complaint,
iA;nr-;tA and sk k headache.
S)iiiptoms of a Diseased Liver.
13.UN in the right side, under the
tdjreof the ribs, increases on pres
sure ; sometimes the pain is in the left
side; the patient is rarely able to He
on the left side ; sometimes the pain
is felt tinder the shoulder-Made, and
it frequently extends to llie tup of
tin? shoulder, and is sometimes mis
taken for a rhetimnti' ni in the arm.
The ftomarh isnffertcd with loss of
iippetite and sickness; the bowels in
general are rrvtive, sometimes alter-ii.-itive
v. ith lax ; i! head is troubled
with pain, .n ( oiuji.micd with a dull,
heavy s.n :ni :i in the lack part.
Tl icre is ge n. ra i 1 y a c -1 1- idc rabl c loss
ofmcmory, accompanied with a pain
ful rendition of having left undone
Mum il.ii.f, which otijiht to have Ixcn
tlr.ne. A -!ieht, thy tcnih is some
times an attendant, j The jaticnt
oiv.plains of wtarinesand debility ;
he is easily staitled, his feet are told
or burr. ing, and lie complains of a
pii kly sensation of the skii his
spirits are low; and although he is
sati.-fied that exercise would be bene
ficial to him, yet he can scarcely
summon up fortitude enough to try
it. In fact, he distrusts every rem
edy. Several of the above symp
toms attend the disease, but 'tares
have occurred where few of them ex
isted, yet examination of the body,
after death, has huwa the uvt r to
have been extensively deranged.
AGUE AND FEVER.
1)R. C. MU-ANf 's ER 1'iI LS,
IN CASES OF Ac IT. AND FlIVER, when
taken w it'i Quinine, are productive
of the most happy remits. No better
cathartic tan 1h? used, preparatory
to, tr after taking Quinine. We
would advise all who are afflicted
with this eliseaic to give them a
For all Lilious derangements, and
as a simple purgative, they are tin-ci-iabd.
BE AVAR K OP I.MIT ATIOX.
The genuine Dr. C. MLanf's
Livf.r Tills are never sugar eoated.
Every liox has a red wax seal on
the lid, with the impression Dr.
M1. Lane's Liver I'ilis.
The genuine M1. Lane's Livr.R
Fills bear the signatures of C.
M' L-xne and Fleming Uros. on the
Insist on your druggist or
storekeeper giving you the genuine
Dk. C. Mf Lane's Liver Fills, pre
pared by I lemin? l'.ros., l'itt.tbtirgh,
Sold by all m pec table druggists
and country store keejers generally.
To thoe wishii's: to give T'l. C. MrENE't
t.ivt.K Pills a trial, we w.ll mail .ot paid 19 ny
(.art cf the L'niled States, vut bx &f l'.Ui i-jt
iLEMING HkOS.. I'ituburgh. P.
sraATTON & Bmb,
AGENTS A.TIEIUCAN TOWVER OO
57 Ohio Levee.
BOX and BASKET CO
Ah liiila (bard ofl.)
PLOOHINQ, SIDING, LATH, &o.
Mill and Yard,
Jorner Thirty-Fourth Street and
G. D WILLIAMSON,
All'l 1'euler ill
Ho. 16 OHIO LEVEE.
JI'irciALultt ntioi fciviu toconsUuueDU and
l uinoa oMern
No W Ohio Levee.
t e tr.
E. N. FRESHMAN & BROS.,
::: w, st, ciciati, o.,
re authorized to contract for advertis
lac in tuio paper.
EitimAUi furniihed frM. lend for Circular
wiuivwuiviiniu w. niviiiivN wiv y
11 or 11. s-
St OliarlfiS Hotel
m.u jutus noxei,,
Room and Board, 1st and 2d
Floors, $2,50 per Day.
Boom and Boar J. 3d Floor $2.00 Per Day
Special Rata bjr Week or Month.
A limited nunitr of rrr l"irnlili InmilT
rmimi i-Mn e i.'urrJ at rauunaljle rnie lor lli
I hp -t I Imi U' ! the lartrest nri'l -xt annoint-
f I Hou-4C in !-outhern IIIiiimik, mitt I the leliii
Imttl in euro Nolw liti.tanlioir the "ltt-0
liwi" nlucti'in in urirefi. the table will, aa
u-uul, 1 libernlly U'Ii-1 w ith I lie very Ul
ol ver tiling tliat ran I loiin'l in market.
1 lue Ltrire Mimiile rx.n.i lur rmmuerciMl trav
eler- . em ktouih! tl'r, Ireeorclinrirr
rj"AII ti)fiiif,'l f"tn covejeI tonllr'm
the hotel Hliout i harire
JtttfcTT 1L' H. A
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
IN THE CITY.
Ooods Sold Very Close.
Uorcer 19th St. and Commercial At.
C. O. PATIER & CO.
lallie1 in the t'nitHI
tatea, Cana la. and Ku
ope : terms a low aa
hoaeof any oilier relia- .
hie tkoiua . Lorreion
denw m ie.1 in the Lnx-
licti and foreijrn anruafreii, wrtn inventors, At
t rni f at I .aw, nnd oilier Miliriitors, entill
w Ih thore wlio have had their r-e.i reje tet in 1
thehamU ol other attorney. In rejected riiaea :
ouv I' aie reaxouahle, aud no charge n miwle
unlera we are uo i i-lul
It' you wants 11-
I . . ent,iL-nduam'ilel
ezuminution at the .ah nt uffiVe, and II we think
It pat!itatle, will eiil )ou paix ra nn ia-nne
un l prorerute your c-c. Mir !
Iirmry eaii'K, a
K' tt, Ex-Comraiff i'mer or rateniB,
t leveland, Ohio : J. Jl Kelley, E . , Pec'y
National t.ranie. LouiHvllle, Ky. t tiiuiiiooor
Dun 1 Ainmeii, i:. h. S.. WahlnKU.U. U. C.
I"5eiii "tamp lor our - uiime ii "um-
li, K I'utrnta,' ' a 'M,k i pnife . i
Al'lri:8 : a.flllia aia- i
tornol I'uP ntj, u' huiiflou, i v..
THE ENEMY OF DISEASE !
THE FOE OF PAIN
TO MAN AND BEAST
1 I lie .raiit Old
LINIMENT, Which has stood the test of 40
There is no sore it will not ueai,
no Lameness it will not Cure, no
Acho, no Pain, that Afflicts the Bu
man body, or the body of a Horse
or other Domestio animal, that
does not yield to its magio touch.
K bottle costing 26c, 60c. or$l
has often saved the life of a Human
Being, and Restored to Life and
Usefulness Many a Valuable
Highland Park, IU.
A f'olletflate and Preparatory last!
lutlau lor Ladles.
Kali neawion liefrins September 80th, K.
Coure of atudy tliorouuli nd extndl. lure
facilities for Muaio, firawiuK and l-aintlng
Mauuera, Morals aud Health of the
ui.ee. t'olletce buildiotts commodious, and
well fUrni.heJ. No room lor pupi bow
Audita of auiira. Uwaiius t,r"?,,e:n J fiZ
who have completed their wdniT who sdu
cation elaewheVe may te r'vJ?lu Vill
higher couraea with sicial advantage. t-U-WAUU
1', WH91VS. J'nMiBArfT.
J rm WINE UUWIStlUUI
Hill InMnn-emiou. U Yif( "eiebrated for tta Parity, Btreajtliand Playeti
fill V II III KmJri - T rMM , Warranted to Keep HU-klea" We fiwarawte. ,11 U
V agents wantedYor ithe great
4 ENTEN f i I AL HISTORY
ft ll9 faster than aov other hook e er iutlib-e-1.
One aifent ol'l I'l coi let ioonelar. fend
hr f.ur extra trrmt to gentii. .Satlonnl Hub
i hiliinir Co., Lbicaf(o, 111., tit. lxiuit Mo., or
"Hfrew lh flnarrr llifht nn you
ran, that'f rtieuninlmin ; one turn more, that'
Rout," i a Intiiiiiar clearriptlun if tbeM two
1 hi.ugh eaelt luay and ! altara
diOerent H,rllon of the ayntem. thecauw U le
lieel lo I a poisonous acM 10 the Mood. 1'U
nfj tbia by the IM of
TAKKANT'S KKLTZKft APEU1KNT.
ft will do iu work njwnilly soil thoruuirhlr. It
U the great frieod of the uffeier from Uheuina
tmm and rout.
.SOLII BY ALL DKL'CGIJ-TS.
A WEEK rua ran teed to male and
female ajrrnta In their lixmlity.
lxu nothinn to try it Particular a
free. f. O. VlCKERY CO. ,
1 4ti in tOrt ferdajraJ home. Ram plea worth
. 39 XO 9U Vl fre. htinaoo A (Lompanf,
i Portland Maine.
Mind Bead In Paychomancy, Faoina
i tlon, Soul OhaxmlnaT, Meomeriam, and
! Marrlace Ouide, aborning bow either az
I may lax-mate and ain the lure of auj lrrm
i they cho limlautl. 4"0 pae, ftv mail b'
, centi. Hunt A ., IT) 8. :th lt. I'h'ila.
! wl ANTED. Any Person can make
. 50O a month aellinK our Uller-o.prmtf
book. Any one that haa a letter to wrile wlil
, buy it. No preaa or water ued. head ataiou
for nrculur. KX KLMolt CO.. IT Iribuae
; Hiilldmr i hnao 111.
If yon want reliable information, where and how
to yet cheap Farm or voTernment Home
stead free tend your addrraa to . J, W1L
MoKK, Land touiinimioner , lwrrnoe Kanaa
i and reeeive gratia a copy of Tne Kansas 2a-
I cine Homestead.
Fancy Cards with name,
OJ oeuta. A. IKAVKIt A I U
f rent, 'il
. Norlh t hat-
ham, N Y.
; LEARN TELEGRAPHY.
But liefore oln el where to do so, tend fur
cirrulam ol N. W. Telecraph luiitute, Janet
i ville, Wiitconln. Keeolueuded by fiupt. of
1 WaMern Union Telegraph Co., aa the only re
liable aehool in the Weatj
THE HEW YORK
procure I'ENSIOSSS for Offlnen sod Soldiera
woumied.iniured or nmlured. however aliahlly ;
obtains an iuerewus of old ratea; collects arrear
of pay aud bounty, etc. So chara-a unieaa auc
oeoful. Iturrs promptly anawered by sd
draminzJ. li hCIl'iLL. Attorney at Law, 61
Uiambrr Street, -ew ora cuy, car r. o.
Box 'i,l A.
for aaie ) all (inera
1 imi vinesar Worka In IUi
norid. t-tuu. lata.
H treats, 'nl
Chartered by Uie
Htats of llhnola
fur the exuresa
purpose ol firiDK
n all eaaeaof uriTate, chronic, and urinary di-
aeases in all their complicated forms. It i well
known that Dr. Jamea has stood at the head ol
the profeaaioD tor the )aat 3o yeari. Aie and
exa!rieureareall-inirHrtaut. sjemlstal Weak,
neaa, night loaaea by dreams, pimples on the
fane, loat manhood, can poaitlvely he cureel
Ijidii-a wanting the mont delicate attention, call
or write. I'k-asaiit home for patienU. A book
for the million. MarrhtKe Uuide, which tens
you all alou! thee diaeaaea who shouia nuury
why not lo cent to pay poataae- ur'
haa M rooms aud psrlor. Vou see no one but
the doctor Ollioe houra, s m. to 7 p m. bun.
day. 10 to Vi. AU buaineas iinwy
t. II, OBBMLr.
A. W. TTATT.
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
"W. PVATT db CO.,
BINDERS AND BLANK BOOK
Bulletin Building;, Cor. Twelfth B treat
and WasMns-ton Arenas,
0"Couiitj and KailroadWgrk sfipeclaltT
i PRU GOING'S