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4'OMMIftftoN MfiHrHANTn.
JOHN B. PHILLI8
AND SON
(IticfOTsorS to Johs b ' rhlllln)
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'WTOiMA CANNJ3I.
Ord -I'i I ji c'o.'il by tlio cnr-load,
nil -' I .igsln-nthi. l-.r Hliipinctit,
i or iptly r.MHiod it.
i-i j'o i.i.yo wiisiiinois and nil
l .ii i iiii ''.u' i-.t, wit are prepared
o ipr, inv (inutility, by tlio
h oi H'in". nt uniform niton.
unto cnv coal company.
I.. Hi', 'n i.!B, So a ino ln.
! i liui '-. m liarl'liott
i ii ii Mill., ur
.1' ii .1
t i
x5- t in
.ai ii-imis ftw.t nf Thlrty.KlM
J-!' .t mti.i. lii hit. n
'A rumpli'lr I'll lorlill JIKtul-y uf flit'
Tlnici" "M.i licil. rlioiipcul. mill
mutt nii h -1ii1 futility .'iipcr
In till' l iilun
HARPER"SWEEKLY.
Ill-nil ttcil.
. j i t:s oi' tiik 1'itr.a.s.
Tii' i !:iy I- the ablest an 1 tmst pow
crl i II- al'il perldical pul-IMied In
tins roun'r. Ii- i 'Ilturlnls nr.itclnil.irly
ii I -in n i.i, .ui'l c-irrv mwli Wi-lht.
1 I ;i
i- of cumin utuliU uie lull
nil I ii i ! an- prepared liy c ur best die
- x.il i irel'lnti'iil o PVt.OO). t!if
(, 4 ill l ift by hill a inlllliiti
r sor.- '. i Its 1 Ittl .if no- an ml urjrsn ol
i.,, r hi I ..j- !y lrt'iuii'loiip. The Week
1, ijji ' ' s i ,.oiivn ; mitloii, and ex
;r ,.i-i su-tvou pull I ii at .1 : l I ti
ll ' r... - 1. iH:miil i wvurli'1-J-mrunl.
I i I ' - inml ! 01 Idgd-tutM-d Jl.'
u, i i'i it' pktori.il iliimnUorti ate
..in f -f. niw argiimen's ofn smill
1 r , N. V. Kv'.'.)in i nii'l Chronicle.
' j r -i n existent 'mest'oii Mid its
Ii . . nru'ni naif to irouM the sen
ii f . o "ic luntrj- PHMitir- 'Join-
ii:km.-:
' , frt t- t o;Wrt'iiT !n tli Palled
hUlli".
'1 r, i .-.'Uij, uu y ir. . f4 00
I juc S r l .. liule- prop.ivtumt of t'.
j ' i.uiiH'.er
s ' - i, t hi V IIjriri M:ica?.luf,
VV . . :i ' U ..- ir. -.o onu nillri' (or one
j. . ?1 ' ( ! mv o' llarper'n l'crioll
i U a . l.kf- t-jr olio year, 7 OJ;
I 'V f
Vm ,.tri i ' py i.f lie MK.ilce, AYrelly,
fl i . ill I Mippl't.l jsrati- fur ovcry
(Illti of I: At'. r.br rt If) ojcIi, ill
oik1 ri tii t mir-' ; or, hlx cop'.e fur j-M (X,
wiiliui't i-x r.i if .py: piwUir'.' Irif.
I!a k ii itn' ' s i .ui l umpiilloiltt auy time.
'I'ii' an Mial voltitm. of UarpcrV WVckly,
In mi r. jt'.i ' iM'litijf, will ! eat tiv tix-
Ir r il t'Xp. !)!. Inr 87 Ul lai-fi.
Hip ' I
ui.ruiiu; i'Urlitiimiiluin(f.
r , mi i
if iM-li at the ret nl jo 'i'i
I " t it the expfii e nl tlie
tr.
rf 'u : i:ip r :iru imt to e ipy tliU nd
ii. vi !i ' it tlio cYprtn order of
' L i r 'an '
irrk 1 ,K l.i: a Hltu rilKllH. N. Y.
li MACHINES.
liberal Terai cf Ex
crianRcforSoccml-hsnd
Ksrliiiiu of t'.ery des
cription. OOMESTIC" PAPER FASHIONU.
' I I'Jtlertu mil '.-lul 1. U. fur (.n'lla.ni..
sosissti: ssvwo aAciims ca
rvuw voxTit.
tf It liny Sit If
: .11 vniili-l Uiitlll
I".t I. .1 in., Am. ii. Li,
i 'i 4 urnn l
.Mi
M.ine
$77
A hhK iranntro-l lo iiiulo aii.1
iVn.ilc Hi-uiU III thlir loutlitv.
( ot ii-.thinit to Iry II l'srliru)ai(
fir I' O VIC KEKY A. CO ,
AiittiIk, Mr.
$5 to' $20'
I II si: i Mi f
.tlllti.ll .V l-li.l., ,
ifiAAAi II. i. mil to i-iiTiMir ii, .n nml wo
(Ijij U U liiciifpi-ywlifcit. IIiwIiiim-. Iif.nur
wwyw nMf I.XtlX'.Ion MI ii !.M
I' Y. 1' M i. li.gJii iiviniii.. I lilrag.)-
8000
M.I.NI UHlilllI ID nil
Iii'.V H.'.iliti'ilK.irrrlit
II I of nat yiiIiip to i'lIV-
'ln.lv i.ii-iit urolith In
'u'-. 1 I Hi". IM UK AVN. U.urcll, Mu i.
fihdii
A Jotivnul
Advcrtiari'H.
of Ittformntiou for
lidition 0,000 ooiviow.
Published weekly
Tonus, per
annum, in utlvnncc
m i. pi ( imi s c.iimi.s (inn i:m vr
hah. niosi. aiidiii..-. nut ; i r-
Olllri'N'i II I'uiK lliill.Ni'M Vmli.
lii ii. p. itinvi.i.i, a ' .
i:illliii- unit i'iiIiII)ii'h
11-1 ilAwlw
Will ino.t positively fiuiTiny rn ;l iliimim
(bin or rlii-uiiutle !, no inattfr lioiv li.n(
miiudliiK, mi llic f.ic: uf tlitf i-m til. 1 If HSttii in
wnnl upiiUc-iiltm It tlo the work cpili'My, llior
imalilv mid piTiiiuiifnlly, knln;r Hie sxhii'in
slionsiind liiulihy Wnlo tunny prominent
pei-ion in Wruldnjitoii City, and you will learn
in.il me. nimc ntult-iiivut is line in eiery imiuu-
" CONDKNsl l) CKItTiriCATI'S.
Niitloiial Hotel,
WinlilH'ton, I). I.. Dcwmlii'i' -'. 1" I
Mers llililiinlliiu ISentleyi
(ienln I very eliii'i fullj inic that 1 used Du
rum;' llliellliutic Iteiueily uilli dieli(.i IhikIU
.A- II. STLIMIUNf,.
Jliinliei of ( oiiBieiisof (la.
l'rcldi'iitinl Mansion,
Wai-liliiKton. II. ., Al'iil J.), lj:s.
Jlessii) llilnlieiihllne.- Ilelitley:
(Si-Din. I or Hicp.itM.YCii jearsiny wliu linn
licen ii jireauuller Iroin ilieuniallin, lu i iloiloiii
r.lillliK to irlve her lelu-l, flieli-ed llueo bottle
iliiran'i" Itlieuiiutlc KhuhIv, and a iieiniaiieiit
eillii wan uie resin. n.u. u. nnun,
"i:xivulle Cleik to I'li'iildeut (irunt."
Waihluixtnn, Ii. (;.. Maichll, UT3.
In Uuisiiacuof twiJie liouii- my ilieiiiuatUiii
was Kone, liavlli)! luUeii tlined(ie.s ol'lHiiiiiiif'a
Itliiuiniitlolteincdy My Inollivr .1. II. Ceanini,
of ISidl'uiili i'a , waitiiicilliyanliiillarimioiint.
JOHN Ci:HNA,
Jlemlier of ColiKrenS of I'll.
Vrlcuono dollar u liotlln, orelv liottlcn for llvo
ilollaH. Auk yourdiustflst fur IJiiiaui;' itluu
mnl o lleineilv iniinulai'tuuil liy
' HU.l'llKNhl INHA llliSTIdlY.
lltiKi(leti mid Clieml-t8,
Waslilnirton, . 0,
en
VOL. 7.
i.iiiiiik iKAt.i:ui.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Vhilenl an.) lUI.i.l Dnttiii In
I'orcif.n nml Boiutistlo
No. GO Ohio Lovop.
CATllO, II.L13.
MKSSIl!". Mm If ft CO have lonstmilr
o aiyc utiH-k- of Uic Ix-M p"l' '' " "
ket, nwl irUi' Hipri'lal nltetitiuu li Itn- "liulwml
runi'li of tlii. Iiiminivi.
viiii.r.sAi.; jt
STRATI1 OK & BIRD,
Wholesale Grocers
-And
Oonunissiou Merchants
Aou:fTS AaLniiicAr; vov;oun co.
57 Ohio ILovoc.
G. D WILLIAMSON,
Wholesale Grocer
Iiultr in
30AT STORES,!
Commission Merchant,
No. 16 OHIO J,EVEK.
QI'KI IAI, attmitioii KiYen loc(iiftinii'l ami
O Ullini nrl'tn
r.ll.VTAMI itllJi.
B. T. PARKER,
I)iali-r In
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
J3. 1'i.xj a ir in .
Vull Pupor, Window OlasH, Win
dow Klmdos, &c.
AUmtii i.ii l.ii.'l, I lie nli-linilid lll.iiuin.lln
A!'5t5ltA HI..
C!ori.i.r Kl'iVniith Hti-nt and WhbIiIiik
ton Avonuo
CJATPtO
CITY EIKDER7.
0". O. jtCuol,
ri.ipTlff.ir.
lUNDKl! AND BLANK BOOK
MANUi'AOTU Ki'it,
Biilletlu lliiildliif. Our. Twollth Street
ana waaiiinimiii avuiiuu,
0Ij'o. IlUtiola.
J3-('ounl mid Il.idroHil WV.tL u Hciilly
CART. PETERS,
HOB RE SHOEti,
BLACKSMITH
AMD
Wagon Maker,
SIXTH UTRKET, Botwcon OHIO
LF.VRK AND OOMMERCIAIj
AVENUK.
ManufiirturualiN own Hnrn.1 Shoert nud
cull AHUiiruUciotl Wailc,
PATRONAGE SOLICITED.
.-.!. I m
MILIilHBRY!
Mrs. M. SWANDER
la now nvidvlnrj
:i lam
and will ,1'li-i'tt'd
Mock nl'
FALL AND VINTER
t lirr eland on
EionTn STKEET,
'I'., ulildi i.1ii Im Ili-it Hie attention of tlie ludlen
of Cairo mid tlclnlly. In llilii Hock will lie
found all tliel.itenl at v U-it nl" I lain , llounetii, Itili
lion, I'loweis and nil .Millinery linotU, all of
........I ,.t tin. Inui.rfi 1 1 v I tii m-treci. IulieH 111
K-aichnf liarinilns nru taineslly ieiiietiil to
..I... Mn Swiniili-r n -ill lull lie IHIIT IIH 111!
eUewlieie. llerntockof fancy Kiiod and no
llnnil eomiilele, nml idiu In iklei mined not to
lie undersold liy any body In the city.
l.:nf
A Book for the People.
l'llVamt rtm- . l4lili.int iiimIIiiI '
III' (l3ISaiUt.lllu!uijlll'e'lI.J. JB"
JIAIIttI A(j;. )iildaiaiidlrztliitiiiioiiM.hi! n-xiti
Murriuco, iuaiaU'iuiiiui'ii'iiiti1 llr
II.nn, tho Myttcricii ol llenroduclloii. iu, A inai nl
in th inly im Hit i.u. dl.r..f . til tlir U nnary and Oeu
oiuilvoOrfaiciflK,iin1.,l,,hi,ujiiii nil lurui.ui I'n
vte. Vciieicotjiul Ulironli Ulnfanner MliVtM, Hie
limit ul i.arly Aliuii..,, the tutualtvatciii anil )' ilau-jri-rt
ul i-tttf.nf litltirn Mini ,ttar mtrlltk'f. ltilind lu irv.
mature ilnay ami liiiiioti-iitiya rT m tu luuiurimr I" lln
inartUil mill tli.il. iuiit-tiiiilnilitg tHtriUxi'. i''t u lturtf
i)Ulik tJlilllwiiifiil, l.iill.tlwui.iy iHiiuikr l.iuliiul Weill
u-IUiiK iiuiiwmtu 'ii-. ;r ii-.Ioiii t..r t aline ill.i.ii.
rrkt., tii-r cuter., 3 1, eo, luuiiUIii tltf,, ti.Mi. A I'm".
itlil'-t oh !) Itiit.riiii il Iri-atuK-ni of Bporuiutorrlica, (!!
btx I'unuiiii uf lltu abutu vuik. Muiii iwuit-u wrti.trun
noii.t uf .nwii. Aim tiiiaUMedloal Xroatl.u uullic
fcbute tll.im 41 itel, III til. AuiJri.l.
THE MEDICAL & BUIIOIOALINBTITUTJ;,
Otflca, XlltVn. Bu'.lllnc Csnut "Tw.tlft.l. Btxaat ami Wttois.lric-tsrv Avinuo.
OATEO, LLLMOIS,
WASHINGTON.
CIUT.T OK THK DIIMUCKATIC CAUCUS.
l '. Ii err ol
tiiilliu.il, llic
niii'iiln'r.
null i- lot-
Harmony an J OmJ Will 1'orvaJjs the Ciucm.
;i.(ii-i;i. 'I. tilimiM. oi it i Him h v. tin
tli'ii. .i.ilui . i Iiiiii.iiiii.iii tthlii.
oi-M'i i'lllil-ill-.rlil. h ll. I'M
Inluli. nl TeMiH, tur lluiii'
Klejl J nine SI ll nil.
il lii.'lnlu. lot-i'lisl-iiliiHlei-.
NYa-iiiniiiiin-, 1. ('., Dec I. Tlie Imll
ol Williiiil'- hotel win dcii'idy rrowilctl
llils- iiioniliiif, nil (liM'ti.'.tln tin jpatT-aIi)'-
l-tnu liuiurn Iiii- llino llji'il fiir.ljio
iiicctliir; ol llic latiii'ii", - clock, tin
ctoutl uiovi'il t tin cniiltol, troiliiir
the tloorvMivs lo llu; lion-o.
'I'lii! eniiviii-. lor llic pfakcr.-lilp ha
litcii ucihcly toinJiictid up to tlio lat
po.-llilc niliiiitc. Tlit lloor anil lolildcs
ol the lloit-c ol' l!i?)ri!-i.il:itlvi' huvu
liccn ciowcil s-iiicc about hall' nt one.
anil arc ns', nt live minutes of two, with
ililllt ulty Mux ( Ic.-ulmI ol pt-rsonsiiot tti
titlcil to iarticiii:ilo In the caitctH. The
oulv new (luvidopinciit ha been thu ik
lerniliiallon of the Virginia (kle-.'atloii to
vote miaiiltiioii'dv for Whituheail for
cleik. I'rieud!' ol K.nuJall mid Kerr
k-i iii rriually conllilciit anil Ihu predic
tions oi this' that one or thu other pcr-on
belli;,' M.-lecti'il a' a coinproinltc eamlldatc
ate ai iiiuiicroiM a htietofore.
I Hi; l .ll tt i IN.ttdt 11A II0.V.
'J'liu work offln'.'llnj.' out ami lujecliii1.'
ouidder.- wa completed about 'J:l. p.m.,
tt hen the oincti. was called loonier by
I'l-riiamlo Wood, and, or. hU motion, 1,,
(. C. kanuir, of .Ml"l'ipl, wai cho-en
prcldiiif;olllcer. On motion of Ilolman,
of lndiuiiH, r.aiiiiliij,', cf Ohio, was made
Mi-retary.
Jn trtkntr tho chair, Lamar madu an
adtlicM which oeoupieil nearly half an
hour hi delivery.
mis. '.amah's nii:i:'ii.
Mr. Lamar's remarks In full were ai
follow
"Oi.nim:mi:.v: In cnlliti mc to this po
sition of re-pon-ibillly and di-tlnctlon
you have coiilern.il an honor which I ap
preciate mo-t highly and for which I
thank you mott cordially. We. here uro
coniroiited with a crM? in the hl.-tory ol
the Democratic prty and or the country,
which brill-."! to our party u;rand
oppoltunltle.s but It U at thy
same time fiel-jlitcd for ui with
.o!cmii ii'iiponilbllitlcs, and if we don't
Improve I here opportunities and rle to
this mca-iirc of these repoiilbIlltIci. thu
fruits of the ureal political revolutloa
which ha, broiij;ht us here to-day,
will be lor us liko the fruit
which yrows tijiou the accurred sea.
I heieopie ol'thU country by overw helm
ing majorities In Stater, havq placeiJ the
Democratic party after a Ion" period ol
exclusion from power, in porsesslon oi
the iiH.-t iinporiiiut department ol the
I'edend fovernment. When I say im
ixi'taiit. I do not mean the individual
uieinbi'i! arc invested with liiiposinir
pivroj'ittivesorf'reatperioiialillatitictloii.
The department;; ol patronav"-. those
which hold and command the littering
nrlea oi ''ovcrnment emouitneiu.- and
honor?, arc the co-ordinate branehe ol
llie L'oviTiimcnt which arc still under the
control of our political opponent,?. '1 lie
members ol llie lloihuoi iiepre-eiitaiivcs
have no :itinii:iro whatever beyond that
of the appointment of a miliUtry or
naval cadet, and their compensation is
imrely adfipiate to a life of Republican
lmpllpiiv and pniiienuai economy.
1'liere are inanv otlices in the irilt ol the
executive lar more profitable anil in the
public esteem lar more (tiftingui-iied
than that ol a scat In the llou-uot Kepre-
enlauvcs. i;ui imi uraneu is nuveriiii--Itss
under our niatchle-is system of irov-
crnment the corner stone of our fabric of
liberty, bi-cau-i- it if the only department
of the federal overniuent directly re-
Pdliiible to the people ol the country
and recelvim: In powers directly from
their hand-. All other branches' of "ov-
crnmeutaru two or tin ee decrees removed
from the people In the mode of their a
lection, or in the nature of their respond
bility. Thu people ol the country have
ehai:"cd the Democratic party In tho
House of llcpro-ciitatlYes Willi the Im
portant duty of brliijftiij; co-ordlnatu
oralicties oi i tie government. 10 uieir just
responsibility.
A l.-i-.IONI)MN KSriUAllilN-.
l'lie iii'oiili! demand at our hands
sweeping and tliorou'li reform hi the civil
rcrviee, wmciisiiaii oe coiuiucieti in a
plrlt that will m-ciiic the appointment.
to u place ol trust and ivmoiisiniiity, ol
the honest, tne experieni eti aim uie capa
ble. There is also an Imperative demand
that a vigilant examination be madu Into
tliuadniliiNltallon of the, public revenue
of the country, that all the publlcaccoillits
shall be seruunieti ny us mill corrui
tion be ferreted out anil wroujj-doer.s no
matter how liluh or how low khall bn
fearlessly arraigned and fully exposed
and puuPhcd.
One of the most nresshiL' diMiiands uiion
us is to perfect and adopt Mich a system
of taxation as will brinir in the required
revenue Willi tlie lewesi restrictions upon
commerce niid with thu least bunion to
the peoplo mill that tht) burden be equi
table ilMurbetl anil skillfully adjusted.
II IK CIT.ISKNUV.
Owinif to tliucxl'rciiclcs of one ol those
internieiiiu eonlliets Incedcntto tlie lift) of
almost evcrv country and al-o lo a per-
nli'loiis system of legislation, thu peoplo
tiro siill'erln',' from tho evils of an Irre
deemable currency. In mcellii',' and
ifrapplln;,' with thu dllllctiltles of this vi
tal and perplexing (pie.stlou it will he our
duty to tai;c care that notlilur is douo
which would Impair tho good faith of the
country or tarnish the public honor or
lower or disturb the credit ol our;ovorii
mcnt : hut wo are to remove those ob
structions which bar thu proifiess and
check thu prosperity of thu American
people. It is our duty us Democrats, it
Is the duty and the glory of thu Demo
cratic party while It controls this liousu
to sco that the national credit ami cur
rency of this doiuocratlurepubllu Is madu
tiitui'l with that ol any nation on thu
earth and that thu ','ranilesl aspirations
of the Democratli! parly and Its crownlni:
glory will bo to restore thu constitution
to Its primitive strength anil authority,
and to make It thoprotrctor of every sco
tlou and of nvcry Slate In tho Pnlon, and
of ovcry human being of every race and
condition hi tho laud.
The apprehension anil distrust of one
part of tlio nation that the poitlon of
Southern people arrayed against the tut
thoilly of thu I'Vderal government In the
TUESDAY, DEOEMBEI-l 7, 1875.
late war. would be n element of ill,
luib.nitc lo the Anifliiati I'liiou, has
mainly disappeared a l evinced by your
election, ami in IN Mend has grown u
inoic Irati'iiial iWllnic which regard, us I
ol the Southern Stall a lellow citizens I
of llic sum; great nation.
TIIKClltSM ci,osr,i.
On the other hand Ihu coplc of whom
I spcul.. and of w hom I am one, are lure,
lo-tliiv by their chosen leplcetitutlvcs to
honor any draft which the American
nation m.iv draw upon llielr patriotism
or their faith In Hie glory and thu benell-ci-iicc
of American Intitntloti. lAp
plaiirc. Thu experiment which has been
liitroilucul ainoiig tir, based upon eon
lldcnci: In the w orkings of local sell" gov
ernment and Intended I" wive the dllll
cullies connected with the recent social
anil political truiifoniiatloii, shall have
mi open Held .mil fair play, nml no hin
drance shall be placed hi the way id' Its
vigorous development and lis ample mu
cc. Applause.
Wo want a government that we can
love, and revere, and serve from the na
tive ot reverence and love. We hunger
for a patriotism which shall knit nil the
people togeiiier in a generous aim loving
nronienioO'i. f. -o i'nWOf Inr n."
great victory ol last fall, which brought
us here, was achieved not alone by Dem
ocratic votes but with the co-operating
cllorls ol iudcpcuteiit patriots and tin
scllMi men of all parlies, tired and
alarmed by thu liicrealng evils resulting
Irom corruption mid iiiaudmlulntratiou.
Iteloriii'- nru urgently needed. Let us
widely make them. A renewed pro-per-Ity
Is everywhere urgently desired. Let
u, by removing unjust discrimination.',
by Imposed rigid economy, by restoring
a sound currency, by securing tlie equal
rights, ol all States and alt the people,
make the Democratic party the authors
ol a new prosperity.
At the conclusion of Lamar'. speech, a
dUcu-iou ensued upon thu method of
voting by secret ballot Wri r'tce. Thu
result was to vote by -ccret ballot. The
nomination" were then madu and the vo
ting was begun.
run iiai.i.otm.
The llrrt ballot for nominee for speaker
lu the Democratic caucus rctiltfil as fol
lows : Whole number ot votes cast, 101 ,
of which li'audall received u'J, Kerr, 71;
Cox, III ; necessary l'or a choice, ; no
other candidate voted lor.
The second ballot resulted as lollows :
Whole t.unibcr ol votes east. 102; neces
sary to a choice, S2 ; ICcrr, 77 ; Kaudall,
(SI: Cox, 21 ; Sayler, 1.
On thu third bdlot Kerr had a slight
majority, and then his nomination was
made unanimous.
maki: ir I'NAMMOCS.
Alter thu result of thu ballot was an
nounced. Mr. lUndall. who had itist en
tered the hall, said : "Mr. Chairman, let
the wish ot the majority be tlie voice of
all. I'roni Ibis moment tlie difference
ainoui; ourrelvcs must be ut an cud, ami
I bus present a united front to our adver
saries. Our inlsIon on this lloor must
be, as far as we are able, to secure the
govern iiieut to It, constitutional pur
poses and to cxpo-e thu the corruptions
ot thu administration. A word more, of
a personal character, to those around
who have so steadily supported me.
They have lost their choice, but have
gained a hfedotig frleud. I now move
tliat the nomination of Michael 0. Kerr,
of Indiana, be made unanimous. The
motion was adopted amidst considerable
cheering and tlie caucus took a recess
until 7 o'clock. During the caucus pro
cecdlni; Kaudall remained lu the ways
and means committee room ami Mr.
Kerr in the pn-tolllce committee room,
each -iirroundctl with friends awaiting
the i Me it ion ol'i'reh news from the in.
side. Mr. Co, also, was absent irom
the caucus.
Tlio X iclit t.'11111-ll.
Washington, Dec. -1. The Demo
cratic caucus re-assembled at 7 o'clock.
TIim first ballot for clerk resulted as fol
lows : fleo. M. Adams, ol Kentucky. Ill ;
Crittenden, of Missouri, 112; Archer, 11
Tyler, 10 ; Dubois, 1 1 ; Banks, 15 ; Sho
ber, 10; Whitehead, 10; and PJ scatter
ing. tin the ecoud ballot Adams obtained
IS; Crittenden, '.15; remainder scatter
ing. On Hit! tilth ballot Adams had St;
1 riiieniieii, 00: uuuois. 1: uaiiKs. i
Whitehead. 11. Adams bavin'' received
the majority, hu was declared the nomi
nee of the caucus. Weddorbon withdrew'
as a caiiditiatu tuts morning.
.John Ci. Thompson, ot Ohio, was nom
inated for sergcaiit-at-arms on the llrst
ballot, the vote being 'lhonipson, 11.1;
Cook. 25; McClosky, 7 ; l'lthugh, 1 ;
lleiijaliuiii, 1 ; Harris, of Slls-ouil, III.
un seconil uauoi lor uoor-Kceper 1,. 11.
Fit.lingh, of Texas, received, Sll votes,
a majority of all cast. Fltzhugh was
sergeaiit-at-arms lor the Coiilcdontte con
grei. Nine persona were voted 011 lor post
master. On the fourth ballot, .lames
Smart, ot Virginia, received Ul votes, a
majority of all cat.
Kev. .1. L. Townsend, of Washington,
Episcopalian, was chosen chaplain.
The caucus then adjourned near mid
night. .Mooily nntl Niinkvy.
Tho great revivalists, Messrs. Moody
and fjankev, who electrllled staid old
Kngland with their eloipiencu ami en-tlutsla'-m,
tire fair saiuplen of American
genius. Springing from among the com
111011 people, their sympathies are alive to
the wauls of the wholu people, and here
in lies thu secret of llielr great success.
Those who ,cek to be popular must
study and be familiar with the wants of
the "masses, and prove loyal thereto.
To this fact wo may trace the grand sue-
tit litt-ilt.LtL tlj .tiili 11.1 111 Vilirli!ia illl.
Ill I.JllTilllwnt an -ll t.O ihihhi tin" t
dertakincs. which many Americans tvi I
achieved. atriKiiiH'j unisirauvu 01
these suggestions Is that great
establishment, located at Hullalo.
New York, and known as the
"World's Dispensary," a mot impro
priate name, indeed, for that vast liistl
tittlou, within whoso walls are manufac
tured remedies which aru In demand In
every quarter of the globe, and at which
a corps of distinguished physicians and
surgeons, under the personal direction of
Dr. Pierce, ate constantly administering
lo lite needs oflhoitsauilsof sullercrs ev
erywhere, and whose success lu the treat
ment of all ehroiilu ailments has heeoiuu
so well know that there- Is scarcely a
hamlet in llie laud In which Ids name Is
not familiar. Us proprietor, says the
UeniUl ami TonhlUjht, ol Detiolt, "Is a
man ol the people, writes lor them, and
to them tenders his eminent professional
services," Ills advertisements are
earnest exhortations. Like the
great revivalist. his enthusiasm
Is multiplied by tho unparalleled suc
cess of Ids enterprise as well as by thu
elllnacy ol his remedies In curing dlcase.
Tit I'toplr iWifre i'i ii'" and Ills reme
dies, became, as the New York Tribune
says, "he sympathizes with them lu all
their allllctfoiis, ellbrts, unrt nttalnmcutf."
1 PROMINENT ADVANTAGES ;
THE NEW LOW RESERVOIR "STANDARD"
.MIW. .
- v. ju ujt
Groat Durability with Handsome
a
TaTaV. . iTaTaTaTaT t V
SATISFACTION Everywhere.
MADE ONLY BY
Excelsior Manufacturing Gomp'y
012, 014, 010 and 018 N. M u .TE33ET, ST. LOUIS, MO.
AND SOLD EXC-v SIVl'tiY BY
s.,..JmC. W. HENDERSON, Cairo, Illinois.
Hence, Dr. Pierce's fioldcn Medical Dis
covery Is to-day more largely employed
as a blood and liver medicine', and also as
a cough remedy, than any other remedial
agent lu the world. His favorite pre
scription, he does not recommend n a
"cure-all," as l so often done by com
pounders of worthies., humbug no
triiins, but for all di.eaes and weak
nesses peculiar to women It has proved
lUell so much of a speclllc that il now
enjoy great popularity and unlvmal
conlldeuee. Dr. Pierce's l'lea-anl
Purgative Pellet., eareely larger
than mustard seed." have proved
so agreeable ami reliable as a ca
thartic that they are rapidly taking the
place of the large, nauseous p!ll hereto
fore so much lu Use; while his Compound
Extract of .Smart-Weed is a favorite rem
edy for colic, cramp-, siiiumcr-coinplaiiit,
diarrliu-a, discntery, cholera and cholera
morbus and also as a liniment. Of Dr.
Sage's Catarrh Kemcdy, ami Dr. Pierce's
Xasd Douche, little need Is said, an they
are known everywhere as tlio greatest
specifics for catarrh and "cold In the
bead," ever given to thu public. And
besides this large measure of success, Dr.
Pierce secuis likely to achieve m great re
nown as an author as he has as a physi
cian. Ills Common Scne Medical
Adviser, a book ol about. !)()f
page, which he sells at the unpar
alleled low price of $1 50 has already
been sold to thu extent ot exhausting
two editions amounting to forty thou
sand copies. The secret of Dr. Plercu's
success, a well as that of the great leyl
Yullsts, ami scorns of other Americans,
who by their genius have advanced step
by step from obscurity to allliieuce ami
di.tiiiction, consists hi treating the people
with consideration, svumatliv. candor.
and houedy. No man, who hopc3 to at
tain either wealth or distinction, can
uilordio deal unfairly with the world or
be Indifferent to the wants ami beat Inter
ests of humanity. 12-7-eodlw
I'llVMICIAN'N.
jyiLLIAM R. SMITH, Id. D.
IlKStDKN't'K: No il Hilrteenlli ttreet.be
tWM.11 Wnslilukton atenile ami Wuluut str t.
OKFIOKi North side i.r KIkIiUi etin t lie
tween Commerclul sii't Wiisltiiik'ton utnttie.
0.
W. DUNNINO, M. D.
HESIUKS'CK: Corner Mulli nmt VValnnl
itreuta.
OKriCK; Corner Sixth iln-ft uinlOhloI:ve.
OFK'ICK IIOUIIS: FrouiGti m. 12ui,,nml
fruiu 2 to & n 111.
I.AWYKHS.
JOHN H.MUI.KKY,
Attorney at Lnw.
CAlltO, I.I.IXOIS,
OKFICK: At retlleiire nn Mnlh Street, lif
twrein VHhillnlllll lUemii- Hllil Wlllllllt St.
JAUKi K. lam:.
V M W.tllll,
ZiAlTS eft WARD,
-Dealers lu-
BigMij(irsko) Coal,
The belt In tlie initrket. Alio nil kinds nf
four foot ,
SAWED AND SPLIT WOOD.
Orders Dolivorcd to any part
of tbo City Promptly.
Loavo Orders at Crystal Saloon,
or at tho Company's Olllco, at Nar
row Gaugo Depot.
TERMS Nott Cash ou Dolivory
of Goods.
JAMES K. LANE.
h ecretnry.
11-9-liH.
Samaritan Nervine,
Tl,d ,.H.,I V.,M B HnH ...ltn..ll L-lta
. ..." li... .1 , t .llll.,lllui , Lilian .,.IIVt.l. tin.
CniiMil.lons, Spittnu, St. Vitus Hunee, unit illl
.ert nun jit-iefit j uie oniy known "nun no rem-i-dV
fur Knlleiillu FiU. It Ims been lesli-il liv
tliuiltuiuls uuil lus never Ueu known In full lu u
nlliKle rate, Trlul imekMifefiei". i:ni'luesluuii
lor e reman Klvlng evnieiteo oi eiire".
Aiihe, Dll. H.A, IIICIIMONt).
Hi-l,i-illy I'.k 711. St..liiuili. .Mil.
WAflOXN.
The Gamble Wagon
oAino, iLiXjiwoia.
MANUKA CTUllKD IIV
JOHN P. GAMBLE..
TUB BXST and CHEAPEST WAOON KAN
UF ACTUBED
MANUFACTORY, OHIO LEVEE
Near Thirth-Fourth Stront
NO. 200.
A 11 ECONOMV IN PRICE,
SI'IMHRHIU CONSTKITTION,
QUICK AND UN'IFORM
Designs, and Giving PERFECT
itr.Ai. i:siA 11: Acr. r.
JOHN Q. HARMAN &
Real Estate
CO.
HOUSE A.C3-E3tTTS
COLLECTORS.
J0NVEYAHC12KS, NOTARIES PUBLIC
Laud Airents of tho IlllnoU Central anil
Iiurltnuton anil Uulnvy R. R.
Cotnpanlea,
North Cor. Sixth and OIilo Levno,
CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
f. l. LYNCH.
II. J. IIOWI.KV.
LYNCH & HOWLEY,
UUZUULi ESTATE
AMU
House Agents,
Dollcctors and Conveynncors.
OFFICE At thu Court Houho.
PAHKER & AXLEY,
GENERAL
Auctioneers,
House&RealEstate
ir?Sinf lul iitfeiili.in Llvn to ( ollrcliou of
l.'i-nln nml saleof Ileal I. slate v3
STOREROOM 100 Commercial
Avenue, Cairo, Illinois,
ii. ii-ir.
Vlir.TY NTOItK.
New-York Store
WHOLESALE AliT) RETAIL.
Xjtxs:oist
VARIETY STOCK
IN THE CITY.
Ooods Sold Vory Closo.
tlarnar 10th St. and Commercial Av
CAIRO. ILLINOIS
0. 0. PATIEE & CO.
CAIRO
BOX and BASKET CO
Dealer in
LTJMBEE2,
All kin. In liunl ami unit,)
FLOORING, SIDING, LATIT, &0
Mill and Yard,
."onor Thirty-Fourth Stroot and
Ohio Lovoo.
ViraQlTOGRAFHIC
TJSTSTITUTE.
Corner Wnahlncton Av. anil 14th Street,
CAIRO, ILL.
OPEN EROM5 TO 0 P.M. DAILY.
i"-2-tr.
JACOB WALTER,
BUTCHER
AMD
Dealer m Fi'esh Meats
EIGHTH STREET,
Dotwnon WashlnirtoD and Comuierolal
Avenues, uujoininir uunuy s.
KI'Kl'S fur null! UieLtit Itwf, Pnrk, Mutton
Vial, Ijiinb. Nuutuire, Ac , sjul u pre
linred U 'ei ve liuullli" In nn lu'veutiilili) insliner
WHITNEY fc HOLMES
ORGANS
Tjiriy lUeiftuil NlylVN, with Valuable Illl
I' iioeineutn Sew mid Itettutlful holnMups.
ilV l'lt llM: I IIHI'S AMI HrL-iUlUU nml Mils -
elans Imloi'.e lliese,()riiiiuiinirieeoinniiinl ttirni
u Mi li ll.v I irh.liiHt lu 'loin
Mi-i'liaiilsn
nml Durability. Wiirriinle.1 Hit
jturs. eud
lur prlee list.
ti.J-uil 0.ulncy, lllliniin
AMli
Commission Merchants
And Dealers' In
HAY, CORN, OATS, FLOUR,
MEAL, BRAN, ate.
A;nts for I.AFLIN ft RAND P0WPK1 00
ICornor
Taath Stroet
tad Ohio
7.. 1) Malliiiu.
K C.
MATHUSS tfc UHL,
FORWARDING
And (icner.ll
Commission Merchants
Uealeii In
FliOUR, GRAIN, IIAY AND
PRODUCE.
O-X OUlo Zjovoo.
P. CUHL,
Kxeltmlve
Plour 'Merchant
Millers' Agent.
NosoOlito Levis,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
TliJ-tf.
K. J. Ay res.
S. I). Ayrcs
AYRES tte CO.,
And Keneml
Commission Mercbauts
No. 78
OHIO LEVEE.
L. D. THOMS,
Coiuniission Merchant,
And ilcnlcr lu
STAPLE ANU l'AKOY
GROCERIES,
FoiuIfu aud Domentlc Fruits and Nut
181 (JOMMKRCIAL AVENUE.
-nr.
INNllliA'l'..
C. N. HUGHES,
I'jenersl
Insurance Agent
OFFICE:
OHIO XjHVHE,
Over Mathun ft TJhl'a.
NONE but
senle.1
Hi-.t-Cl.uu Coiujianie repre
INSURANCE.
ESTABLISHED 1858.
S AFFORD, MORRIS
AND CANDEE,
Ocneral
Insurance Agents
73 OHIO EEVEE,
City National Bank Building, np-itairt.
Tbs Oldest Eatabliaheil Agency in Bout
ru Illinois, representing ovf
165 000 000
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